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May 02, 2016
Researchers in the Buffalo Lab use videogames to figure out how the primate brain forms memories—and find clues to interventions for Alzheimer disease along the way.
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April 19, 2016
Talks by UW experts addressed frontotemporal dementia, the unique needs of LGBTQ baby boomers, and the need for clinical trial participation.
April 18, 2016
For people living with Parkinson's, the annual APDA Optimism Walk gets them up and moving in a community of support. A Report from Ship Canal Trail.
April 07, 2016
The Alzheimer's Association Facts and Figures 2016 gives an eye-opening look at the financial impact on families who care for a loved one with dementia.
April 06, 2016
An anthropologist explains why the popular American notion of ‘successful aging’ sets friendships up to fail after a memory loss diagnosis, and how we can all push back
February 20, 2016
Neuroscientist Marcus Raichle visited to talk about the brain's innate organization of electrical patterns sustaining mental life, during sleep or multi-tasking, daydreaming or anesthesia.
February 19, 2016
It's been a decades-long journey towards today's precision medicine approach to Alzheimer's disease.
Genetic sequencing technology will feature largely in the future of Alzheimer's disease prevention and tailored treatment
Collaborative research demonstrates meaningful benefits of arts engagement for people living with memory loss and dementia.
Neuropsychologist Dr. Kris Rhoads' work in the memory loss clinic harnesses the power of mindfulness meditation to re-wire the brain and decrease stress
A new art exhibit shines a light on Seattle’s progress in becoming a dementia-friendly city