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Garden Walkers

September 21, 2017

A reflection on benefits of nature and horticultural therapy-inspired activities for the human body, mind, and spirit, through the lens of the Garden Discovery Walk program in Seattle.

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Native Knowledge

September 18, 2017

Addressing Brain Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities

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Dancing to Remember

September 05, 2017

One man's creative quest to support Alzheimer's disease research invites us to take a 'twirl' through the science of brain healthy activities

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Dr. Dirk Keene Comments on Largest Study of CTE in Football Player Brains, KOMO NewsRadio [Full Transcript]

July 26, 2017

The implications, caveats, and take aways from findings that 99% percent of NFL player donated brains show neurodegenerative disease on autopsy.

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Congresswoman DelBene Visit Turns Spotlight on Role of NIH, Medicare/Medicaid Funding

July 12, 2017

At the UW ADRC, DelBene learned about how federal funding supports patients and families, access to cutting-edge brain imaging, and training in geriatrics for medical residents and doctors.

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Ride4Alzheimer’s Live Blog: Stories From the Road

July 08, 2017

Follow the twists and turns of the father-daughter motorcycle tour to spread positive messages about living with Alzheimer's.

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Happy 90th Birthday to Dr. George Martin

July 03, 2017

The UW Department of Pathology celebrated Dr. Martin, the founder of the UW Alzheimer's Disease Research Center. At age 90, he still studies the mechanisms of brain aging and champions young scientists.

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What’s the Best Diet for the Aging Brain?

June 22, 2017

Q&A with Dr. Angela Hanson, who studies how diet and genetics can affect cognition and Alzheimer disease progression

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Food for Thought with Alzheimer’s Advocate Chef Madison Cowan

June 16, 2017

Chef Madison Cowan wielded his star power to support Alzheimer's awareness and research and shared his tips for brain-healthy eating.

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The Alzheimer’s Talks Debut

May 25, 2017

Michael Reagan shared humanizing portraits of his father President Reagan, the lessons he learned from his family's experience with dementia, and his hopes for research funding.

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Families Help in UW’s Search for Early Alzheimer’s Test and Treatment [VIDEO]

May 15, 2017

A local woman's family experience with Alzheimer's disease inspired her to fund and participate in a research study at UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center.

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One Woman’s Way to Inspire Dementia-Friendly Spirit

May 03, 2017

At 'Rock the House,' local residents came together to allay stigma and empower people living with memory loss.

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This Video Game is Building the Periodic Table of Human Neurons

April 24, 2017

Citizen scientists are helping UW researchers to create 3D reconstructions of neuron types, speeding up scientific knowledge critical to brain disease cures.

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Highlights of the 2017 Discovery Conference

April 17, 2017

The day featured new perspectives on memory loss, research updates, dementia-friendly community building, and advances in treating aging veterans with PTSD.

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Big Data Scientists, Let’s Get Hacking!

April 12, 2017

UW's Dan Peterson explains Neurohackweek, an upcoming workshop in data science at the UW eScience Institute. It's an effort to create openly available data-sets for neuroimaging research and replicate more results.

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