ADRC News

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Investigators from the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center received funding from the National Institute on Aging to develop a culturally appropriate dementia evaluation toolkit with the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin.
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Dr. Tobey Betthauser and ISTAART logo
Tobey Betthauser, PhD, was recently elected to a four-year position on the executive committee of the Alzheimer's Association International Society to Advance Alzheimer's Research and Treatment (ISTAART) Neuroimaging Professional Interest Area (PIA).
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Manish Shah Pioneer Award announcement
Manish Shah, MD, MPH, received the Pioneer Award from the Academy of Geriatric Emergency Medicine (AGEM) in recognition of his significant contributions to establishing and advancing the field of geriatric emergency medicine.
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Dr. Nathaniel Chin
Nathaniel Chin, MD, received the 2022 Alzheimer’s Association Professional Award at the 36th Annual Wisconsin State Conference, May 2-3, 2022. 
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a group of four female students holding red folders containing poster award certificates flanked by faculty advisors
The Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center hosted its annual Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Research Day on April 5, 2022, at the Discovery Building on the UW–Madison campus and virtually.
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Dr. Carey Gleason receives the Vilas Award
Carey Gleason, PhD, MS, received a Vilas Faculty Mid-Career Investigator Award that recognizes research and teaching excellence and provides $75,000 in flexible research funding over three years. 
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Screen grab of Dr. Nathaniel Chin
Nathaniel Chin, MD, was interviewed for a recent report that details the need for more geriatricians in the state of Wisconsin to help care for the aging population.
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Fabu Carter, PhD, was quoted in a recent story highlighting the signs of memory loss, the importance of early diagnosis, brain health and how to get involved in memory studies.
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Screen grab of Maria Mora Pinzon interview with Wisconsin Telemundo
Maria Mora Pinzon, MD, MS, FACPM, recently gave an interview in Spanish to Telemundo Wisconsin about Alzheimer’s disease, its impact on Latinos and brain health.
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African American couple reading a book
Fabu Carter, PhD, was recently quoted in an article about African Americans being at greater risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, the importance of diversity in research studies and the value of planning ahead.