collect data

across all populations and subgroups

analyze and data mine


embracing Open Science, share data, images, analysis, data mining findings and capabilities, with researchers and intellects around the world

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About The global Alzheimer's Disease Characterization Project

Founded in 2015, the project is part of The Foundation for Advancement of Neuroscience. Embracing data mining and open science as core fundamentals, the goal is to empower researchers to quickly bring to market meaningful treatments and ultimately cures for Alzheimer's Disease.

Global Alzheimer Characterization Project

Brought to you by the Foundation for Advancement of Neuroscience

Supported by NeuroScience Associates, Inc.


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pieces to the puzzle

Clinical Data


Demographic Data

Patient-Provided Data

Genome Data

Histologic Data


2017: Exploring partnerships for funding

2018: Secure initial funding to begin finding new pieces to the puzzle

2020: First megadata released

2022: Major new findings published...

2025: Effective treatments and cures for Alzheimer's become a reality