University Of Minnesota Scientist Responds To Explosive Allegations Of Fraud In Alzheimer’s Research

University Of Minnesota Scientist Responds To Explosive Allegations Of Fraud In Alzheimer’s Research


UMN physician and neuroscientist Karen Ashe responded to a bombshell Science report published last week, which alleges that key images from one of the most cited research papers on Alzheimer’s disease this century might have been intentionally fabricated, throwing off years and hundreds of millions of dollars worth of taxpayer-funded research.

Matthew Schrag, a neuroscientist and physician at Vanderbilt University, stumbled upon the controversial study while investigating an experimental drug for Alzheimer’s. The 2006 study published in Nature by neuroscientist Sylvain Lesné of the University of Minnesota (UMN) “underpins a key element of the dominant yet controversial amyloid hypothesis of Alzheimer’s, which holds that [protein amyloid beta] Aβ clumps, known as plaques, in brain tissue are a primary cause of the devastating illness,” Science reported.

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