The Gamma-Ray Large Area Space Telescope (GLAST), scheduled for launch on
2008, is the next generation satellite
for high-energy gamma-ray astronomy. The
Large Area Telescope (LAT), GLAST main instrument, with a wide field of view
a large effective area (> 8000 cm2 at 1 GeV), sub-arcminute source localization
capabilities, a large
energy range (20 MeV - 300GeV) and a good energy resolution (close to 8% at
has excellent potential to either discover or to constrain a dark matter signal.
The GLAST LAT team pursues complementary searches for signatures of particle
dark matter in different search regions and for different scenarios.
In this talk I will review these search regions and scenarios.