NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — The Mount Sinai Health System today announced that it has received a gift of $15 million from Daniel and Margaret Loeb to establish a new center for Alzheimer's disease research.

The new center, named in memory of Daniel Loeb's father Ronald, will support a network of research programs and related clinical initiatives across the Mount Sinai Health System focused on catalyzing genomic and other biology research in Alzheimer's disease.

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