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Share Preventing Memory Loss and Dementia: Emory's Current Research Agenda

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Don’t miss the 7th Brain Health Forum titled, “Preventing Memory Loss and Dementia:  Emory’s Current Research Agenda” on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at the Carter Presidential Center.  This forum will bring together more than 300 attendees and exhibitors to draw on the latest trends and discoveries in Alzheimer’s prevention and research.  Despite the increase in emerging treatments and early detection, we still have challenges to overcome to stop, slow or perhaps prevent Alzheimer’s disease. 

Join us on April 29th as we share best practices that may prevent memory loss and dementia.  The format for sessions will include keynote lectures and panel discussions.  This dynamic opportunity provides the most relevant content to ensure the best possible outcomes for new treatment strategies and research milestones.   

We would like to express our appreciation to the Emory Center for Health in Aging, Fulton Dekalb Hospital Authority, the Atlanta Chapter of the Links, Incorporated and the Alzheimer’s Association.  Your service to families and the senior community has left an indelible mark that cannot be erased. 

Please be sure to share this critical information with colleagues and loved ones.

Warm regards,

Emory Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center

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The Carter Presidential Center
453 Freedom Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30307

Tuesday, April 29, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM (EDT)


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Emory Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, Atlanta Regional Geriatric Education Center and Atlanta Veterans Affairs Dementia Committee and Center of Excellence for Visual & Neurocognitive Rehabilitation

The Emory University Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center is the only comprehensive care clinic for Alzheimer’s disease and related memory disorders in Georgia.  We are one of just 27 Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centers (ADRC) in the country as designated by the National Institutes of Health. Everything we do is patient-centered to provide a compassionate and collaborative approach to early diagnosis, treatment and state-of-the-art care.  For more information visit www.alzheimers.emory.edu.

The Atlanta Regional Geriatric Education Center (ARGEC) is a consortium that builds upon the extensive interdisciplinary training framework of Emory, the historic community outreach and disparities reduction programs of Morehouse School of Medicine, the socially-centered programs of Georgia State University, and the community and policy focus of the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC).  For more information visit www.aging.emory.edu.

At the Atlanta VA RR&D Center of Excellence for Visual and Neurocognitive Rehabilitation (CVNR), our goal is to foster the best possible health and well-being of Veterans by conducting cutting-edge research in rehabilitation of visual and neurocognitive problems.  The researchers at the CVNR are committed to this goal and proudly serve as a resource for Veterans, their family members and the community at large. The CVNR is the only VA Rehabilitation Research & Development Center of Excellence in Georgia, and one of only 16 nationwide.  For more information visit www.varrd.emory.edu.

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