Dr. Kristen Kennedy received a $420,750 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for her research on The Effects of Cognitive Map Building on the Development of Alzheimer’s Disease. Dr. Kennedy’s goal is to explore new research directions in mitigating Alzheimer’s disease development via spatial cognitive mapping. Dr. Kennedy hopes the project will shed light on beneficial navigation activities and implications for redesigning GPS navigation systems.
NIH Grants Dr. Kristen Kennedy $420,750 for Exploratory Alzheimer’s Research
by Jasmine Clark