Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference

 

The annual Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference, in partnership with Alzheimer’s Orange County, shares the latest advances in research and care with the local community. Reaching a diverse audience of over 1,250 clinicians, researchers, students, aging-services providers, and caregivers, the conference brings together internationally renowned experts on a unique theme each year to address our nation’s progress in the battle against Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

The 32nd annual conference, “Alzheimer’s from all angles,” will be live streamed on Facebook and YouTube on Friday, September 10, 2021 from 8AM-12PM PT. Learn more and register for free at conference.mind.uci.edu.

Past Topics & Speakers:

32nd Annual Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference
“Alzheimer’s from all angles”

  • WELCOME: THE STATE OF DEMENTIA RESEARCH & CARE IN 2021: Joshua Grill, PhD, University of California, Irvine (Moderator) | Jim McAleer, MPA, Alzheimer’s Orange County
  • BLOOD TESTS FOR ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: CLOSER BUT STILL NOT THERE (slides): Sid O’Bryant, PhD, University of North Texas
  • EXPLORING SEX DIFFERENCES & THE POSSIBILITY OF PROTECTIVE GENES: Dena Dubal, MD, PhD, University of California, San Francisco
  • VIRAL INFECTIONS & ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE (slides): Thomas Lane, PhD, University of California, Irvine
  • NEIGHBORHOOD DISPARITIES: HOW WHERE YOU LIVE MIGHT IMPACT YOUR BRAIN HEALTH (slides): Amy Kind, MD, PhD, University of Wisconsin
  • FUTURE FOCUSED: TREATMENT ADVANCEMENTS IN ALZHEIMER’S (slides): Gregory Jicha, MD, PhD, University of Kentucky

31st Annual Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference
“tackling DEMENTIA with TECHNOLOGY”

30th Annual Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference
“30 Years of Discovery: Hope on the Horizon”

29th Annual Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference
“Trials Today, Treatments Tomorrow”

28th Annual Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference
“The Elephant in the Room: Sensitive Subjects in Dementia Care”