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Alzheimer's Disease Seminar Series

The Alzheimer’s Disease Seminar Series provides attendees with an understanding of current issues in clinical and basic science research in neurocognitive disorders and cognitive neuroscience.

Seminars typically take place on the first and third Thursday of each month from 12 – 1:00 p.m. CT and are currently being held via Zoom webinars for the fall of the 2021 calendar year. Advanced registration is required for all Alzheimer’s Disease Seminar Series lectures.

Upcoming Seminars

Continuing Medical Education

Attendance at these seminars will provide a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. CME credit is recorded based on seminar attendance in the webinar.

Accreditation Statement
The Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

For questions about CME credit please reach out to the Office of Continuing Medical Education cme@northwestern.edu

Watch Previous Seminars

Alzheimer's Disease Seminar featuring Rodrigo Braga, PhD

"Situating the language network in the context of multiple distributed association networks using individual-level functional MRI" presented by Rodrigo Braga, PhD. The Alzheimer’s Disease Seminar Series at the Mesulam Center provides attendees with an understanding of current issues in clinical and basic science research in neurocognitive disorders and cognitive neuroscience. Learn more at brain.northwestern.edu

Alzheimer's Disease Seminar featuring Robert Vassar, PhD

"Insights into the role of angiotensin converting enzyme in Alzheimer’s disease" presented by Robert Vassar, PhD. The Alzheimer’s Disease Seminar Series at the Mesulam Center provides attendees with an understanding of current issues in clinical and basic science research in neurocognitive disorders and cognitive neuroscience. Learn more at brain.northwestern.edu

Alzheimer's Disease Seminar featuring Caterina Gratton, PhD, and Tristano Pancani, PhD

As Pilot Grant recipients from the Mesulam Center, Caterina Gratton, PhD, and Tristano Pancani, PhD, presented at the Alzheimer's Disease seminar series on their projects.

Alzheimer's Disease Seminar featuring Dr. Jonathan Rohrer

“The Genetic FTD Initiative and the pathway to clinical trials in genetic frontotemporal dementia” was presented on March 11, 2021. The Alzheimer’s Disease Seminar Series at the Mesulam Center provides attendees with an understanding of current issues in clinical and basic science research in neurocognitive disorders and cognitive neuroscience. Learn more at brain.northwestern.edu

Alzheimer's Disease Seminar featuring Jason Karlawish, MD

"The Problem of Alzheimer’s: how it became a crisis and what we can do about it" was presented by Jason Karlawish, MD, of Penn Memory Center. Dr. Karlawish is an alumnus of Northwestern University and the medical school. His recent book is called "The Problem of Alzheimer's." Learn more at https://www.jasonkarlawish.com/

For questions about the Alzheimer’s Disease Seminar Series please reach out to Lisa Rawlani lmr@northwestern.edu.

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