Kurt Christensen, PhD, of the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education at U-M School of Public Health successfully defended his dissertation entitled: "Self-Referral to Genetic Susceptibility Testing for Common, Complex Disease: Implications for Uptake and Responses to Results," on June 12, 2012. 


The press release entitled, “New Methods Reported for Safely and Accurately Disclosing Alzheimer's Disease Risk based on Newly Approved Tests,” features REVEAL as well as two additional research studies as they aim to understand the effects of disclosing risk information to individuals at imminent risk of Alzheimer’s disease.


Natalie Bartnik, a 1st year M.P.H. student from U-M School of Public Health, has joined our team as the new Summer Intern.


Interested in learning about the REVEAL study experience? If so, view our YouTube Video.


How would you react to a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment — memory problems that allow you to continue normal daily activities, but presage an increased likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s disease within a few years? 


The REVEAL study recently gained attention from local CBS Detroit News. Read what they had to say, here.


Genetic Counselor, Wendy Uhlmann, M.S., C.G.C, receives NSGC's most distinguished honor.


Dana Schlegel, a M.P.H. and Genetic Counseling (C.G.C.) dual degree candidate, has joined our team as the new research assistant.


Findings and discussions about The Risk Evaluation and Education for Alzheimer's Disease (REVEAL) Study will be presented at the 2011 Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) in Paris. For more information about AAIC click here.


Lan Le graduated from the University of Michigan's School of Public Health.