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BU ADC in the News
Dr. Robert Stern. Director of the Clinical Core testified on June 25th at the United States Special Committee on Aging. Dr. Robert Stern examines long-term impact of sports-related brain injuries and disease of Aging.
The cutting-edge work of our center and researchers receives attention from both regional and national media. Check out our latest headlines and keep up to date with notable Alzheimer’s news from around the globe by visiting our Twitter feed or Facebook page.
WCVB Boston Strong – Max Wallack
17-year old Puzzles to Remember founder, Max Wallack was featured on WCVB Boston Strong. Max is a student at Boston University and a Research Intern in the Molecular Psychiatry and Aging Laboratory in the Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics at Boston University School of Medicine. Congratulations Max!
New! CTE Podcast
Listen to a new podcast on Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) featuring Dr. Robert Stern and Dr. Thor Stein from our BU CTE Center and ADC, as well as Dr. Alex Lin from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Dr. Charlie Bernick from the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. This podcast is from Biome, a new feature from BioMed Central. It stems from a new Special Series on CTE edited by Dr. Stern, in the high impact journal, Alzheimer Research and Therapy.
The Traumatic Brain Injury Special Series on CTE, edited by Dr. Stern, is now taking submissions! Please go to the Alzheimer’s Research and Therapy website for more information.
Our Center is involved in a variety of educational events designed to meet the needs of professional and community audiences. In addition to events provided by the BU ADC, faculty and staff contribute to educational events coordinated by the Alzheimer’s Association and other groups dedicated to serving elders and their families. Find details on all upcoming BU ADC events here.
BU ADC Bulletin
Our bi-annual newsletter includes stories about BU ADC accomplishments and research findings, key information about enrolling studies and much more. Find the most recent issue and an archive here.
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