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image of the cover of Curb magazine

Nathaniel Chin, MD, assistant professor of medicine (geriatrics) and Wisconsin ADRC director of medical services, was interviewed in Curb, a UW-Madison student magazine,

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Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison completed a study that offers clues into how sleep and exercise affect Alzheimer’s disease risk. 

The study, “Cardiorespiratory

group of high school-aged women observing brain autopsy led by male pathologist

The Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC) hosted eight area high school sophomores and juniors for a half-day Alzheimer’s disease research experience on November 21,