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Bruce T. Lamb

IU School of Medicine, Stark Neurosciences Research Institute

Expert Bio

Bruce Lamb is the Roberts Family Chair of Alzheimer’s Disease Research and executive director of the Stark Neurosciences Research Institute at the IU School of Medicine. His laboratory conducts basic and translational Alzheimer’s disease research with a focus on immune pathways.

He is a lead principal investigator of the NIH-funded Model Organism Development and Evaluation for Late-onset Alzheimer’s Disease (MODEL-AD) consortium and is also a member of the Alzheimer’s Association board of directors.

Lamb has received numerous awards, including the Zaven Khachaturian Achievement Award; is a fellow of the American Association for Advancement of Science; and is currently the vice-chair of the Medical and Scientific Advisory Group of the Alzheimer’s Association.

Areas of Expertise

Basic and translational Alzheimer’s disease research, immune pathways, drug discovery, MODEL-AD consortium, human pathology, genetics, translational biomarkers, AD and tau pathologies, traumatic brain injury.

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