Register Now For Northwestern Alzheimer Day!

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Join us for our annual Alzheimer Day as we return to a fully in-person event. Northwestern Alzheimer Day was established to showcase Alzheimer’s research conducted throughout Northwestern and to bring this information to the community. Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with community members, and researchers over lunch and through the presentation of research posters.
Following the Poster Session and Lunch, Dr. Lisa Barnes will provide our Mendelson Lecture. The afternoon session will include a celebration of the Glen & Wendy Miller Family Buddy Program’s 25 year history.
Register to Attend

Thursday, May 5, 2022
11:30 AM – 4:00 PM Central
Poster Session and Lunch
Learn about current research endeavors, including the latest cognitive aging, dementia and neuroscience research at Northwestern University by Northwestern clinicians and scientists. Lunch provides an opportunity for scientists and interested members of the community to exchange scientific information and research.

Mendelson Lecture
Lisa Barnes, PhD
The Alla V. and Solomon Jesmer
Professor of Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine
Department of Neurological Sciences,
Rush Medical College
Neuropsychologist, Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center


Quality of Life Symposium
Sponsored by the Glen and Wendy Miller Family Foundation
A celebration of the Glen and Wendy Miller Family Buddy Program’s 25-year history.
Followed by Q&A Discussion

For questions, please contact
COVID-19 Safety Acknowledgement: Northwestern is closely monitoring developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and will follow local, state, and University guidelines for this event. All attendees will be required to have been fully vaccinated or have received a negative COVID test within 24 hours of the event start, as well as comply with all other University safety protocols that are in place at the time of the event. Participants unwilling or unable to abide by these requirements should not attend.

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