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Photo of Dr. Nathaniel Chin in a hallway with windows. He's wearing a blue plaid shirt and grey tie.
Nathaniel Chin, MD, penned a guest essay recently featured in Newsday explaining how emerging Alzheimer’s treatments raise the stakes for understanding the distinction between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
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A photo of the entrance to the Health Sciences Learning Center (HSLC) at UW Hospital. On the wood paneled wall it says, "Research".
Researchers from the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center ranked highly in the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research’s rankings for funding from the National Institutes on Health.
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A photo of a panel at the POLITICO 'How Fast Can We Cure Alzheimer's' event. From left to right, POLITICO FDA reporter Laura Gardner, Gerontological Society of America representative Karen Tracy, UsAgainstAlzheimer's co-founder George Vrandenburg and Dr. Nathaniel Chin (shown virtually on a screen)
Dr. Nathaniel Chin participated in POLITICO’s ‘How Fast Can We Solve Alzheimer’s’ event with advocates and legislators to discuss the path forward for better collaboration among health systems and industry.
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A photo of a gloved hand holding a vial of blood in front of set of other similar vials
A recent study published by JAMA Neurology found that a blood test performed as well as lumbar punctures for sampling cerebrospinal fluid.
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The news report interviews a participant enrolled in the African Americans Fighting Alzheimer’s in Midlife (AA-FAIM) study and describes the health disparities in Alzheimer’s disease.
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A photo of a person holding their stomach
A new study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health suggests a link between gut inflammation and changes in the brain and declines in memory, further supporting a connection between the gut and brain in Alzheimer’s disease.
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The headline, "Drs. Nathaniel Chin and Kimberly Mueller discuss hearing loss and dementia on WPR," next to headshots of Drs. Chin and Mueller and the Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) logo
On the show, host Rob Ferrett asked Drs. Nathaniel Chin and Kimberly Mueller questions regarding the connections between hearing loss and a person’s risk for dementia.
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A headshot of Dr. Fabu Carter on the left, accompanied by text reading "Dr. Fabu Carter awarded 2023 Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award." The UW crest is shown beneath the text.
The annual award was created by former Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz and the Common Council to honor Madison residents who exemplify Jeff Erlanger’s model of fairness, openness and civility in public discourse.
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Graphic image of CLARiTI logo and words with tagline that reads "Clairity in Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias Research Through Imaging"
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) has been awarded funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for a nationwide research initiative to investigate the neurobiology of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
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A graphic of the Dementia Matters podcast logo surrounded by red and black fireworks. Above the logo is text saying, "Top 5 Episodes of 2023."
Celebrating its sixth year of production, Dementia Matters released 26 episodes with 33 guests from the world of Alzheimer’s disease and caregiving research. See which episodes resonated with listeners the most.