The annual Memory University, hosted by the Indiana Alzheimer Disease Center, will take place on three Friday afternoons in June.
This year's event kicks off on June 13. Each session is held from 1:30 to 3 p.m. in Goodman Hall (IU Health Neuroscience Center) Auditorium. Doors open at 1 p.m.
The 2014 series, "Research Updates…What You Have Helped Us Learn So Far," will focus on providing research updates to research participants and their caregivers. Session dates, speakers and titles are:
June 13: Tatiana M. Foroud, Ph.D., "Learning about the Genetics of Alzheimer’s Disease: The Importance of Individuals and Families," and Christina Brown, "Clinical Research: Your Questions Answered."
June 20: Frederick W. Unverzagt, Ph.D., "Cognitive and Physical Training for Successful Aging?" Noll Campbell, PharmD., "Recognizing Adverse Cognitive Effects of Medications," and Ryan M. Crosbie, "The Many Functions of the Clinical Core."
June 27: Yvonne Lu, Ph.D., "Daily Enhancement of Meaningful Activity," Christina Brown, "Current Research Studies...We Need Your Help," and Jill R. Murrell, Ph.D., The DIAN Study."
There are no upcoming dates for this event.