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Emory ADRC Research Seminars

The Emory Alzheimer¿s Disease Research Center has monthly research seminars that are open to Emory students, faculty and researchers.  To be placed on the email list for upcoming seminars contact jcellar@emory.edu.  All seminars are held in Whitehead Research Building - Room 500 from 11:45 - 1:00 pm unless otherwise noted below.

May 3, 2012
Protein Homeostasis in Neurodegenerative Disease
David Borchelt, PhD
Professor Neuroscience
Director, Santa Fe Health Alzheimer's Disease Research Center
Investigator, McKnight Brain Institute & Center for Translational Research in Neurodegenerative Disease
University of Florida

March 8, 2012
The Ethical and Policy Challenges of Pre-Clinical Alzheimer's Disease
Jason Karlawish, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Senior Fellow of the Center for Bioethics & of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics

March 1, 2012
Wisconsin Registry of Alzheimer's Prevention (WRAP):
Studies of Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease

Mark Sager, MD
Professor of Medicine
University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Medicine & Public Health

November 5, 2011
Emory Alzheimer's Disease Research Center 1st Annual Scientific Retreat
"Risk Factors, Early Detection and Norepinephrine & Inflammation in Alzheimer's Disease"

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Emory University School of Medicine
Conference Room 130
Space is Limited
To Register email Janet Cellar at jcellar@emory.edu or call 404-728-6453

May 5, 2011
Scott Small, MD,
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology
Columbia University
Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer's Disease and the Aging Brain
"Zooming Into Hippocampal Dysfunction: MRI Maps to Molecular Mechanisms"

Thursday March 3, 2011
Arshed Quyyumi, MD
Professor, Emory University School of Medicine
Director Emory Clincal Cardiovascular Research Institute
"Translation Research in Vascular Biology"

February 25, 2011

Lisa Gwyther, MSW
Duke University
"Mild Cognitive Impairment Recruitment: Dukes ADRC Experience"

February 3, 2011
Peng Jin, PhD
Emory University
Update on Research Progress in Role of miRNAs in AD pathogenesis research project