Welcome to our Resources page.



Alzheimer's Disease Education & Information
For resources related to Alzheimer's disease education and information, click here.


For Dementia Patients & Their Caregivers
For resources that may be helpful to dementia patients and their caregivers, click here.


Wisconsin ADRC Community Newsletter: "Headlines"
Below are links to current and past issues of the Headlines.



Wisconsin ADRC Scientific and Community Presentations
Videos and PowerPoint presentations of scientific and community talks given at current and past ADRC events.

  • ADRC Seminar Series 2016

           Individual speakers:

           April 19, 2016: Madhav Thambisetty, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
            "Blood and Brain Metabolomics in Alzheimer's: Seeking Biomarkers and Understanding Mechanisms"

           April 5, 2016:Henrik Zetterberg, MD, PhD, University of Gothenberg, Sweden
            "New CSF and Plasma Biomarkers for Neurodegenerative Diseases"

           Individual speakers:

           November 3, 2015: Giovanni Coppola, MD, UCLA
            "Genetic and Genomic Studies in Neurodegeneration"

           October 6, 2015: Scott Small, MD, Columbia University Medical Center ADRC
            "Regional Vulnerability as a Key to Alzheimer's Disease"
 

  • Videos from the 2014 November Lecture "Searching for a Solution to Alzheimer's Disease,"
    November 24, 2014

           Individual speakers:

           Maria C. Carrillo, PhD, Vice President, Medical & Scientific Relations Division, Alzheimer's Association
            "Update on Alzheimer's Disease Research: Current and Future Directions"

            Dominique Brossard, PhD, Professor & Chair, Department of Life Sciences Communications
            "The Brave New World of Science, New Media and the Public"

 

  • Videos from the 2013 November Lecture "Reducing Your Risk of Alzheimer's,"
    November 21, 2013

           Individual speakers:

           Cindy Carlsson, MD, MS
            "Frontiers in Alzheimer's Disease Research"

            Dane Cook, PhD
            "A Fit Brain is a Healthy Brain"

            Piero Antuono, MD
            "Nutrition and the Brain: What is the Link?"

            Barbara Bendlin, PhD
            "Risk Factors for Alzheimer's and Hope on the Horizon"


How to Request a Speaker for Your Group
Staff are available to speak to your group of caregivers, professionals, or other community members on a variety of topics.

  • The Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, for topics related to Alzheimer's disease, research opportunities and findings ... (608) 263-2582 adrc@medicine.wisc.edu
     
  • The Wisconsin Brain Donor Program, for topics related to brain donation and research ... (608) 256-1901, ext. 11767 brainbank@medicine.wisc.edu