Cortexyme to Participate at 4th International Conference on Porphyromonas gingivalis and Related Species in Oral and Systemic Diseases
PgLouisville2022 Abstract Details
Title: A Role for P. gingivalis in Alzheimer’s Disease: Evidence from the GAIN Study
Mark Ryder, D.M.D. Dr. Ryder is a Professor of Periodontology and former Chair of Periodontology and Director of the Postgraduate program in Periodontology at the University of California, San Franciscowhere he has been a faculty member for the past 43 years. He received his dental and specialty training from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. He is the author of more than 200 articles, abstracts, and book chapters and has lectured extensively on a variety of research and educational topics. He serves as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Periodontal Researchand is on the Editorial Board of several dental research journals. He has also served as a chair and/or reviewer on several NIHstudy sections and other national and international peer review grant organizations, in addition to serving as a consultant for several national and international accreditation programs for dental education. His current research interests include connections between periodontal diseases and Alzheimer’s Disease, the links between oral and systemic health in HIV patients, and basic research and clinical trials on novel periodontal therapies.
Mark Ryder1, Michael Detke2, Marwan Sabbagh3, Joanna Bolger2, Dave Hennings2, Vladimir Skljarevski2, Shirin Kapur2, Debasish Raha2, Florian Ermini2, Mai Nguyen2, Ursula Haditsch2, Kim Perry4, Kelly Ritch5, Suzanne Hendrix6, Sam Dickson6, Hatice Hasturk7, Sarah Horine2, Craig Mallinckrodt2, Leslie J. Holsinger2, Casey Lynch2, and Stephen Dominy2
Access: Cortexyme’s PgLouisville2022 presentation will be accessible on the Science section of the company’s website at www.cortexyme.com on
May 16, 2022.