Alzheimer's Disease Seminar Series

2014-2015 Seminar Schedule

All of the seminars are from 12:00pm-1:00pm. Lunch will be provided.





September 11, 2014

Sandra Weintraub, PhD, Robert Vassar, PhD, and William Klein, PhD   Northwestern University
Is It Possible to Prevent Alzheimer's Disease?: Amyloid Targets for Treatment Hughes Auditorium

December 4, 2014

Emily Rogalski, PhD, Robert Hurley, PhD, and Mustafa Seckin, MD  Northwestern University
Is That an Ax or a Hammer? The Neuroscience of Naming Impairment in Primary Progressive Aphasia Kellerman Classroom (McGaw 2-322)

December 11, 2014

Ken Paller, PhD  Northwestern University
Memory Improvement Through Offline Learning That Continues During Sleep Kellerman Classroom (McGaw 2-322)

January 8, 2015

Keith Fargo, PhD, and James Hendrix, PhD  Alzheimer's Association, National Office
Alzheimer's Association Research Update Baldwin Auditorium

January 22, 2015

Eileen Bigio, MD, Borna Bonakdarpour, MD, Changiz Geula, PhD, Darby Morhardt, PhD, LCSW, Emily Rogalski, PhD, and Sandra Weintraub, PhD   Northwestern University
What's New in FTD?: Update from the International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias Baldwin Auditorium

February 26, 2015

Art Kramer, PhD   University of Illinois
Walking Towards a Healthier Brain and Mind Kellerman Classroom (McGaw 2-322)

March 19, 2015

Lauren Dowden, MSW   Northwestern University
Dyadic Storytelling: Co-Constructing Narratives and Sustaining Relationships with Persons with Dementia and Their Families Baldwin Auditorium

April 9, 2015

Lary Walker, PhD   Emory University

Alzheimer's Disease and the Evolution of the Prion Paradigm

MAD Training Grant Day

Hughes Auditorium

May 7, 2015