January 19, 2017

Presto-Change-o! Neurons in A Dish

Human-derived stem cell technology promises to accelerate the search for Alzheimer’s disease therapeutics.

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Categories: Research, Precision Medicine


December 30, 2016

Encore of the Art of Alzheimer’s

Come see this pioneering exhibit of thought-provoking art by vibrant people with memory loss or dementia.

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Categories: Dementia-Friendly Community, Art


November 10, 2016

Neurotransmissions

This UW Medicine newsletter features our clinical approach to dementia and new work in the Alzheimer's disease research.

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Categories: Research, Precision Medicine, Profiles


October 24, 2016

In a Worm, the Kraemer Lab Studies the Early Signs of Human Brain Disease

New clues to what kicks off neurodegeneration

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Categories: Research, Precision Medicine, FTD Disorders


October 13, 2016

Air Pollution and Alzheimer’s Research: The Ins and Outs

UW researchers combine forces to identify the level at which air pollution raises dementia risk, a public health issue "affecting the cognitive health of everyone who breathes the air."

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Categories: Adult Changes in Thought Study, Research


October 11, 2016

New Staff Spotlight: Christina Caso

Our center's new research analyst brings experience in FTD and Alzheimer's research, brain scanning, and a passion for work in neurodegenerative disease.

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Categories: Research, Precision Medicine


September 20, 2016

Highlights of the 2016 UW Elder Friendly Futures Conference

The event featured transformative views on clinical care in geriatrics and neurology, research, and creative community improvements.

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Categories: Research, Clinical Care, Dementia-Friendly Community, Art, Food & Diet


August 30, 2016

Gene Wilder Draws Attention to Alzheimer’s and Stigma

After news of Gene Wilder's death, UW clinical researchers talked with media outlets about the future of Alzheimer disease treatment and the costs of stigma

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Categories: Clinical Care, Dementia-Friendly Community


July 11, 2016

Evidence of a Brain Injury-Parkinson’s Link Strengthens

Dr. Paul Crane gives perspective on the big news that TBI raises risk of Parkinson disease--not Alzheimer disease, as commonly assumed.

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Categories: Adult Changes in Thought Study, Research, Q&A


May 13, 2016

Tackling the Science of Brain Injury and Dementia Risk

A neuropathologist gives his perspective on new findings about the long-term consequences of head trauma in the general aging population and football players.

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Categories: Adult Changes in Thought Study, Research, Q&A