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Can brain scans be used to diagnose Alzheimer’s?

By July 30, 2019Community Events

Tune in this Friday, August 2 @ 9AM for the next episode of our monthly Facebook LIVE series, “Can brain scans be used to diagnose Alzheimer’s?” This month, we’re joined by Craig Stark, PhD.

Dr. Stark earned a doctorate in Cognitive Psychology from Carnegie Mellon University. He is a Professor of Neurobiology & Behavior, the James L. McGaugh Chair in Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, and serves as Director of the UCI Campus Center for Neuroimaging and the state-of-the-art Facility for Imaging and Brain Research (FIBRE). Dr. Stark’s research utilizes brain imaging and experimental psychology to increase understanding of long-term memory in humans, particularly those affected by age-related brain diseases, like Alzheimer’s.

To attend LIVE and ask Dr. Stark YOUR questions, login to your Facebook this Friday morning and search @UCIrvineMIND to view the video on our page. You can also click the link below to “Like” and “Follow” UCI MIND to receive notifications when we go live.

Don’t have Facebook? The videos will be posted on UCI MIND’s Blog and YouTube channel after each episode.


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