VIDEO: “When should I see a doctor about memory concerns?” with Dr. Malcolm Dick

By October 4, 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 9: “When should I see a doctor about memory concerns?”

This month, we’re joined by UCI MIND Senior Neuropsychologist, Malcolm Dick, PhD. Dr. Dick has served as an Alzheimer’s disease researcher and clinician at UCI since earning his doctorate from University of South Carolina in 1984. He is a highly respected neuropsychologist among his colleagues and the patients and families he serves. Throughout his tenure, Dr. Dick has participated on 24 clinical trials, mentored 54 trainees, presented hundreds of lectures, and published numerous articles and book chapters. Dr. Dick has dedicated his life’s work to improving understanding and diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders and will serve as guest expert for episode 9 of our series.

If you have more questions for Dr. Dick, join us for our in-person ASK THE DOC panel this Monday evening, Oct. 7th at Fullerton Public Library. RSVP online at bit.ly/UCIaskthedoc or call 800.272.3900

Our 30th Annual SoCal Alzheimer’s Disease Research Conference is quickly approaching on Oct. 25th in Irvine – visit conference.mind.uci.edu to register.

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 c2c.uci.edu

Join us for Episode 10 with Maria Corrada, ScM, ScD: