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Berkeley Public Health Talks | What is Alzheimer’s disease and why can’t we develop effective treatments?

October 11, 12:10 pm1:00 pm PDT

Speaker: William Jagust, School of Public Health

Professor William Jagust will discuss his recent work on Alzheimer’s disease and why we can’t develop effective treatments. Professor Jagust’s research is oriented towards understanding the changes in the brain that occur with aging and Alzheimer’s disease. His work uses multimodality imaging and cognitive neuroscience approaches.

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Attend this event (Zoom webinar link).

Event Contact: lhg@berkeley.edu
Access Coordinator: Lauren Goldstein, lhg@berkeley.edu, 510-664-7959


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