News in Q&A

October 08, 2021

A Discussion about Diet and Brain Health Research with Dr. Angela Hanson, MD

Angela Hanson, MD, explains the science behind three currently enrolling studies at the UW ADRC: The Meal and Memory Study, the Lipid MRI Study, and the Metformin and Alzheimer's Disease Prevention Study.

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Categories: Research, Clinical Care, Q&A, Food & Diet, Discoveries Made Possible By You, ADRC News


June 09, 2021

Q & A on field of Alzheimer’s research with Dr. Thomas Grabowski

A discussion about the latest advances and research in progress.

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Categories: Research, Clinical Care, aducanumab, Q&A, Precision Medicine, ADRC News


April 21, 2021

Meet Dr. Gary Ferguson: “Lifelong Learner, Wounded Healer”

The Spring 2021 ADRC Indigenous Aging Brain Health Series presents: A Conversation with Dr. Gary Ferguson on Traditional Foods, Ways of Healing, and Indigenous Elder Wisdom

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Categories: Research, Clinical Care, Q&A, ADRC Indigenous Aging Brain Health Series, Social Determinants of Health, Caregiving, ADRC News


January 29, 2021

Q & A with Dr. Charles Bernick on the Promise of Anti-Amyloid Drugs

The Director of Clinical Trials for the UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center talks about the significance of recent positive clinical trial results in the Alzheimer's field and his perspective on emerging disease-modifying therapies.

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Categories: Research, Clinical Care, aducanumab, Q&A, Discoveries Made Possible By You, ADRC News


January 25, 2021

On Dementia: Care, Community, and Creativity: You’re Invited

The UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center joins the Frye Art Museum and Aging Wisdom in presenting "On Dementia: Care, Community, and Creativity," a series of three conversations with leaders in elder care who have published books in 2020 that bring hope, connection, and joy to adults living with dementia, their care partners, families, friends, and those who provide support.

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Categories: Dementia-Friendly Community, Q&A, Art, Memory Hub, ADRC News


November 29, 2020

An Interview with the ADRC’s Founding Director

George Martin, MD, Emeritus Professor of UW Pathology, has led a long and productive career at the University of Washington, where he received his BS and MD degrees and has been a member of its faculty since 1957. He shares memories, fascinating insights about evolutionary biological theories of aging and genetics, and his hopes for the field of Alzheimer’s disease research.

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Categories: Research, Q&A, Profiles, Precision Medicine, ADRC History, ADRC News


July 31, 2020

New Lancet Commission report gives latest recommendations for preventing dementia

At AAIC 2020, an international group of researchers announced new additions to an authoritative list of dementia risk factors. Eric B. Larson, MD, MPH, ADRC Associate Director and Senior Investigator at Kaiser Permanente WA Health Research Institute gives his perspective on the growing knowledge about preventative risk factors and prevention strategies in early, mid, and later life.

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Categories: Research, Adult Changes in Thought Study, Q&A, Social Determinants of Health, Discoveries Made Possible By You, ADRC 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: Research, Q&A, Profiles, Social Determinants of Health, LGBTQ, ADRC News


May 21, 2020

Sweeping Aside the Clouds: The Wisdom behind Indigenizing Evidence-Based Health Programs for Elders

Becky Bendixen is a Tribal Program Specialist at the Northwest Regional Council and the co-creator of the health intervention program Wisdom Warriors. She generously shares the story driving her passion to improve the health and wellbeing of Elders and of Native communities more broadly. It is one of heartbreak, healing, and the power of connecting to Unangam traditional culture and dance.

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Categories: Research, Q&A, Profiles, Art, ADRC Indigenous Aging Brain Health Series, Social Determinants of Health, ADRC News


April 23, 2020

Dimensions Magazine - Spring 2020 is Here!

Our Center's twice-yearly publication offers articles, highlights, virtual resources, and big announcements!

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Categories: Research, Clinical Care, Dementia-Friendly Community, Q&A, Art, Precision Medicine, FTD Disorders, Parkinson’s Disease/ Lewy Body Dementia, Memory Hub, Social Determinants of Health, LGBTQ, ADRC News, The Memory Hub News