Dr. Nathaniel Chin speaks at POLITICO’s ‘How Fast Can We Solve Alzheimer’s’ event

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)

Nathaniel Chin, MD, 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 and what new opportunities are emerging to improve early diagnosis, treatments and outreach to underrepresented communities.

Chin joined as part of the Editorial Panel Conversation, hosted by POLITICO FDA reporter Laura Gardner. The panel also included George Vradenburg, chair and co-founder of UsAgainstAlzheimer’s, and Karen Tracy, vice president of strategic alliances & integrated communications at the Gerontological Society of America.

The event, which also featured conversations with U.S. Representative Brett Guthrie and Senator Tim Kaine, was hosted in person in Washington D.C. and livestreamed online.

Five takeaways from POLITICO’s ‘How Fast Can We Solve Alzheimer’s’ Event,” was published online by POLITICO on January 31, 2024.