Connecting and Innovating for Better Health

We come from many disciplines and backgrounds, united by a vision of a world where better information empowers people to end disease and realize true health.

Building tools and infrastructure, creating care models, and sharing and enabling research are the ways our dedicated investigators and staff express commitment to improving patients’ lives. Their stories fuel our pursuit of the best possible health care for all people. Learn more about how you can join us in revolutionizing care.

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September 20, 2018 • News
First study of benefits and risks of dementia screening for family members of older adults
A majority of individuals with Alzheimer’s receive care from family members, but the effect of early identification of Alzheimer’s by screening on these caregivers has never been determined. With the support of a new $3 million, five-year National Institute on Aging grant, researchers from the Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University Center for Aging Research are conducting the first evaluation of the benefits and harms of Alzheimer’s disease screening for family members of older adults.
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September 19, 2018 • Announcements, News
News from Peter Embi, CEO: New VP Positions Illustrate Reshaping of Regenstrief
Three newly created vice president positions centered around faculty development, research and business development demonstrate a continuation and expansion of Regenstrief's commitment to reshape how our vision is pursued. These positions will leverage our highly regarded strengths and forge stronger collaboration on all fronts.
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September 11, 2018 • News
Treating sleep apnea greatly improves stroke patients’ neurological & functional recovery
Benefits of sleep apnea treatment after stroke greater than benefits from tPA. National stroke guidelines recommend testing for sleep apnea, however, past observational studies have shown that it is not being done. Dr. Bravata believes that with the results of large studies like this one, diagnosing and treating sleep apnea post-stroke acutely will become a routine part of standard practice.
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