Day 1: 2017 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in London

By July 17, 2017 In the News

Day 1 of the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in London has been productive for UCI MIND researchers! Dr. Claudia Kawas was honored for her dedication and contributions to the field with the esteemed Bengt Winblad Lifetime Achievement Award, Dr. Maria Corrada presented on the racial and ethnic disparities of dementia in people 90 years and older, Dr. Lindsay Hohsfield was selected to participate in a highly competitive postdoctoral poster competition, and Dr. David Baglietto Vargasshared his discovery of the first sporadic Alzheimer’s disease mouse model to develop human amyloid beta, which will allow researchers to more effectively investigate disease pathology in the lab. Click below to view photos and videos and stay tuned for more updates!