The Longest Day 2018
Home | News | Events | Press | Contact  

About UseNewsletterMessage BoardsAction CenterAdvocateWalk to End Alzheimer’sShopDonate

Find your chapter:

search by state

In My Community

Weekly e-news

We will not share your information.

Research Nights
Text Size controlsNormal font sizeMedium font sizeLarge font size

 

JOIN US TO LEARN ABOUT THE SCIENCE OF ALZHEIMER'S AND THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH!

Holland |  Marquette

 

Research Night in Holland

 
Tuesday, June 12, 2018, 6–8 p.m.
Featuring Dr. Scott Counts from Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine
Gezelligheid LLC, 400 136th Ave., Suite 600, Holland
RSVP to Maureen O'Reilly at moreilly@alz.org or 248.996.1050 
 
  Scott Counts, Ph.D. was recruited as an Associate Professor of Translational Science and Molecular Medicine (primary) and Family Medicine (secondary) at Michigan State University - College of Human Medicine in 2013 from Rush University. The goal of Dr. Counts’ research is to understand the molecular pathways in the brain that appear to contribute to Alzheimer’s disease and explore the “selective vulnerability” of brain cells—why some associated with cognition die, while others survive.

Research Night in Marquette

 
Tuesday, July 17, 2018, 6–8 p.m.
Featuring Dr. Bruno Giordani from the University of Michigan, Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Center
Ore Dock Brewing Company, 114 Spring St., Marquette
RSVP to Maureen O'Reilly at moreilly@alz.org or 248.996.1050

  Bruno Giordani, Ph.D. is the Chief of Psychology and a tenured Professor in the Psychiatry, Neurology and Psychology Departments as well as the School of Nursing and is a University Faculty Ombuds at the University of Michigan. His research initiatives focus on a cross-cultural perspective on the early assessment of cognitive and behavioral changes associated with medical illness and the interaction of cognition and mobility across the life-span.

Thank you to everyone who joined us in Bay City, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Petoskey, Southfield and Traverse City!


 

Alzheimer's Association

Our vision: A world without Alzheimer's disease®.
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.