What We Know About Alzheimer’s Disease and Its Prevention (Virtual)
November 16 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common cause of dementia, and it leads to profound declines in cognitive function, ranging from memory loss, changes in language function, changes in visuospatial function, and behavioral changes. Join UCSF’s own Dr. Serggio Lanata to learn what we know about this challenging disease and the steps we can take in our everyday lives to protect our brain health.
Dr. Lanata is a neurologist who cares for patients with cognitive impairment. He is director of the UCSF Memory and Aging Center’s (MAC) community outreach program, which aims to educate underserved and underrepresented communities on brain health and dementia topics, and improve these communities’ participation in clinical research at the MAC.
To join by phone, dial 888-475-4499 (toll free) or 669-900-6833 (local).
Enter Meeting ID: 865 6747 4200, then press # twice.
To join with video, click this link: https://zoom.us/j/86567474200 to register and join. Wait in the “waiting room” until the activity is ready to start.
To create a friendly environment and minimize interruptions, we will close the activity to new participants 15 minutes after the start time.
The above link will work on your tablet or your computer. You’ll be prompted to download a Zoom app the first time you use Zoom. If you’re using a PC or Mac, you can join from your web browser without using the Zoom software.