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Dr. Joshua Grill on Mild Cognitive Impairment

By April 19, 2018August 1st, 2018Carousel Slider, In the News

UCI MIND Director, Dr. Joshua Grill, recently discussed Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) with Being Patient, a news site building single-subject platforms around complex health topics.

Click here to read the article and learn:

  • Is MCI reversible?
  • Is MCI a precursor to Alzheimer’s?
  • How soon will MCI progress to Alzheimer’s?
  • What are the warning signs of MCI?
  • Will I recognize my own MCI?
  • What can I do to delay MCI?

UCI MIND has a number of research studies currently enrolling people with MCI or memory concerns.  To learn about studies for which you may be eligible, enroll in the UCI C2C Registry (, a confidential online tool to help match local volunteers with research studies at UCI.