Rebecca Li will be speaking at the NIA-DUKE-Alzheimer’s Association Workshop held on March 15-16th sponsored by the National Institute on Aging.
The focus of the talk by Rebecca Li and Katherine Welsh-Bohmer (Duke University School of Medicine) is on how the Vivli platform can be used to access trials in Alzheimer’s Disease. Dr. Welsh-Bohmer will discuss the TOMMORROW trial – a large prevention study in Alzheimer’s Disease – as a specific use case.
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Vivli works with many partners and funders to further its vision to advance human health through clinical research data sharing, to respect and honor the contributions of clinical research participants.
Vivli aims to advance human health through clinical research data sharing. One of the key ways we support this is through the Vivli platform, which facilitates data sharing. Vivli platform metrics as of 31 October 2023. The metrics will be updated every two months.