The National Institute on Aging Genetics of Alzheimer's Disease Data Storage Site

NIAGADS is the National Institute on Aging Genetics of Alzheimer's Disease Data Storage Site. NIAGADS is a national genetics repository created by NIA to facilitate access by qualified investigators to genotypic data for the study of genetics of late-onset Alzheimer's disease. NIAGADS collaborates with other NIA resources such as NCRAD, NACC, and ADGC.

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Available data

37

DATASETS

37,892

SAMPLES

24,462,843,374

GENOTYPES

Researchers

Submit a Data Acces Request, provide documents for a dataset submission, report any publications, or view NIAGADS documents and guidelines.

Tools and software

Software and other tools developed for analysis of data in NIAGADS and other databases.

Recent news

ISTAART, the Alzheimer’s Association’s society for physicians and scientists interested in ADRD research, featured members Li-San Wang and Andrew Saykin recently in their e-newsletter. The feature highlighted a CBS article that both Wang and Saykin were quoted in in October about advances in...
“Can the machine invasion help save your brain?” CBS explores this question in an October 27 article about the development of technology as it relates to advances in Alzheimer’s disease. While the amount of genetic data available has increased in recent years, the speed at which it gets sifted...
Effective May 1, 2017, NIH will begin permitting access to data with an “Alzheimer’s disease only” data use limitation if the data access request includes research on Alzheimer’s disease or the ADRDs delineated above. Updating the definition of Alzheimer's disease used to establish data-sharing...
The National Institute on Aging is requesting comments and suggestions from the public regarding the proposed FY2019 Bypass Budget for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias. Comments are limited to 300 words or less, and are due by March 27, 2017. Read more at Inside NIA .