Alzheimer & Cognitive Neuroscience

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Alzheimer & Cognitive Neuroscience

We are inviting all Caregivers and people who are connected to an Alzheimer patients or have known them before they got Alzheimer. Please share your details below and one of our researchers shall get in touch with you.
Researchers, Neuropsychologists and Cognitive Research Experts may also join our research panel and help us get closer to the goal of creating a successful model for Preventing and slowing down Alzheimer’s.
Cognitive decline through ageing and health conditions has been linked to an increased risk of dementia. Our goal is to create a model for enhancing Cognitive Reserve and reduce Cognitive Decline with Active and Passive interventions and analytics to prevent and treat these conditions, including cognitive ageing, menopause-related cognitive symptoms, postoperative delirium and postoperative cognitive decline, mild and/or repetitive traumatic brain injury, and chemotherapy-induced decline.
For more information on research and activity please check the links below:
Rhoda Au, PhD, Professor, Boston University School of Medicine, Dept of Anatomy & Neurobiology
Yaakov Stern, PhD, Professor of Neuropsychology (in Neurology, in Psychiatry, in the Gertrude H. Sergievsky Center and in the Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer’s Disease and the Aging Brain) at CUMC
Cognitive Aging Summit III | Dr. Yaakov Stern | Reserve: An Evolving Concept
30th Annual Foley Lecture: Cognitive Reserve – An Evolving Concept
Cognitive Aging Summit III | Dr. Lon White | Brain Reserve, Cognitive Reserve, and Brain..
Why diagnosing Alzheimer’s today is so difficult—and how we can do better
Why I’m digging deep into Alzheimer’s
Bill Gates reveals personal reason he’s helping fight Alzheimer’s disease