Watch: UW researchers discuss ‘Ending Alzheimer’s’ on Wisconsin Medicine Livestream

UW Scientists participate in a livestream videoThe University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (UWSMPH) held an online discussion Tuesday, September 15 about the current Alzheimer’s disease research taking place at UW–Madison and clinical breakthroughs. The “Wisconsin Medicine Livestream: Ending Alzheimer’s” presentation was moderated by Robert N. Golden, MD, Dean of Students at UWSMPH, and streamed live on YouTube.

The discussion included WAI Director Cynthia Carlsson, MD, MS, who talked about the impact of underlying factors on Alzheimer’s disease, and said the main public health mission for the WAI is providing outreach, education and service to diverse communities across Wisconsin to improve brain health.

Watch the archived video of the ‘Ending Alzheimer’s’ Livestream on YouTube

Read an in-depth article about the event on the Wisconsin ADRC news page.

Stay Tuned! Speakers from the Initative to End Alzheimer’s will present on the October 7 Wisconsin Medicine Livestream.