VIDEO: “Will I get Alzheimer’s if I live long enough?” with Dr. Maria Corrada

By November 1, 2019Commentary, Community Events

Facebook Live Series – ASK THE DOC: Alzheimer’s Research Today!

This monthly series features short talks and Q&A with experts from the University of California, Irvine Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders (UCI MIND), 1 of 32 congressionally designated Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centers in the nation. Join UCI MIND on Facebook (@UCIrvineMIND) the first Friday of every month from 9:00-9:30 AM PST to learn about advances in research to improve Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

Episode 10: “Will I get Alzheimer’s if I live long enough?”

This month, we’re joined by Maria Corrada, ScM, ScD, Professor of Neurology and Epidemiology in the UCI School of Medicine. Dr. Corrada received a masters in Biostatistics and a doctorate in Epidemiology from Johns Hopkins University. She currently serves as co-principal investigator of The 90+ Study, a longitudinal study of aging and dementia in over 1,800 people aged 90 years and older, and Life After 90, a multiethnic cohort of people 90 and older in Northern California. Dr. Corrada’s research focuses on identifying risk and protective factors associated with dementia, and in particular understanding the cognitive and physical health of the oldest-old.

To learn more about Dr. Corrada’s research, The 90+ Study, and UCI MIND, visit mind.uci.edu

If you’d like to participate in research at UCI, you can sign up for the UCI Consent-to-Contact, or C2C Registry to be contacted about studies you might qualify for, visit www.c2c.uci.edu

Join us for Episode 11 with Ira Lott, MD: