New funding for USF could be monumental in Alzheimer's disease research



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The University of South Florida recently received $3.2 million from the National Institute on Aging to investigate if Alzheimer's disease can be detected through simple blood tests early on. The university's new funding joins with the five-year, $44.4 million grant awarded last year which tests "whether computerized braining [sic] training can reduce dementia risk in older adults," USF Health leaders explain in a news release.

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