News from June 2020

June 29, 2020

Healing Hearts through the Power of Music

Today, we celebrate Pastor Patrinell “Pat” Wright of Seattle for extending joy to the memory loss community through song.

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Categories: Community Stories, Black History Month, News, Art, Dementia-Friendly Community

June 28, 2020

A Voice For Seattle’s Seniors

Today, we celebrate Brenda Charles-Edwards, a local businesswoman, senior advocate, and Dementia Champion.

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Categories: Black History Month, News, Dementia-Friendly Community

June 26, 2020

Bringing Together a “Dream Team”: Allen Institute, UW Medicine ADRC, and Kaiser Permanente Launch New Alzheimer’s Collaboration

Listen to ADRC researchers explain the goals of a new consortium to identify the cells that are involved in the process that leads to Alzheimer's or help protect against it. The project is funded by a five-year $40.5 million grant from the NIA.

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Categories: Science Updates, News

ADRC Awards for New Ideas in Alzheimer’s Research - 2020-2021

Learn about the newly funded 2020-2021 Alzheimer's Disease Research Center development projects. These awards encourage investigators to use ADRC resources to advance the understanding, diagnosis, and/or treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Categories: Science Updates, News

June 18, 2020

“Hope for the Heart of Our Community”: Honoring local efforts to help African Americans overcome the disproportionate burden of Alzheimer’s

We celebrate Karen Winston, MSW, Seattle's City Liaison for the Mayor’s Council on African American Elders, who has spearheaded notable efforts in culturally tailored dementia awareness and support.

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Categories: Science Updates, Care & Treatment , Black History Month, News

June 04, 2020

UW’s Young Lab Links Loss of SORL1 Gene to Alzheimer’s Risk and Sheds New Light on Role of Amyloid in Cellular Traffic Jams

"What this tells us is that there are multiple pathways. We think we may be seeing an earlier stage of disease progression and that the two pathways could converge. This is going to affect how we design new treatments” - UW ADRC researcher Jessica Young, PhD.

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Categories: Science Updates, News

June 03, 2020

Aging with Pride: IDEA - An Interview with UW Professor Dr. Karen Fredriksen Goldsen

This interview explores the creation of the first ever dementia intervention tailored to address the unique needs of LGBTQ older adults living with memory loss and their caregivers.

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Categories: Science Updates, Team Spotlights, News