Alzheimer's Disease Seminar Series

2015-2016 Seminar Schedule

All of the seminars are from 12:00pm-1:00pm. Lunch will be provided.





September 24, 2015

Jason Hassenstab, PhD

Washington University - St. Louis

The Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network: A Challenge & an Opportunity to Prevent Alzheimer's DiseaseMcGaw 2-322 (Kellerman Classroom)

October 8, 2015

Joel Voss, PhD

Northwestern University

Modulating Memory Networks of the Human Brain Using Noninvasive StimulationMcGaw 2-322 (Kellerman Classroom)
October 15, 2015

Rik Vandenberghe, MD, PhD

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Language, Aging and Neurodegeneration: A Translational Imaging ApproachMcGaw 2-322 (Kellerman Classroom)
October 22, 2015

Veronique Bohbot, PhD

McGill University

Cortical Rigidity, Asymptomatic Detection, and Early Intervention of Alzheimer’s DiseaseMcGaw 2-322 (Kellerman Classroom)
November 5, 2015

Laszlo Zaborszky, MD, PhD, DSc

Rutgers University

Basal Forebrain Cholinergic System:
Anatomy to Function
McGaw 2-322 (Kellerman Classroom)
December 3, 2015

Kathryn Borio, MS, CCC-SLP and Becky Khayum, MS, CCC-SLP

MemoryCare Corporation

Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Dementia: The Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist and Occupational TherapistMcGaw 2-322 (Kellerman Classroom)
January 28, 2016

Borna Bonakdarpour, MD

Northwestern University

What's New in DLB? Update from the 2015 International Dementia with Lewy Bodies ConferenceHughes Auditorium
March 17, 2016

Howard Eichenbaum, PhD

Boston University

The Hippocampus: Memory in Space and Time

MAD Training Grant Day

Hughes Auditorium
March 31, 2016

Lauren Dowden, MSW, LSW

Northwestern University

Preserving Relationships: Using Storytelling as a Strengths-Based ApproachMcGaw 2-322 (Kellerman Classroom)

May 12, 2016


May 19, 2016

Daniel Curlik II, PhD and Borna Bonakdarpour, MD

Northwestern University

“Exploring the Therapeutic Potential of Reducing L-Type Calcium Channel Activity for Ameliorating Age-Related Cognitive Deficits”

"Changes in Resting State Functional Connectivity in Primary Progressive Aphasia"

McGaw 2-322 (Kellerman Classroom)