Posts Tagged ‘clinical care’

Caregiving Early Onset Alzheimer's Chris and Mark Donham

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Realities of Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Caregiving | Alzheimer’s Articles, Information and Resources

Today we will continue to honor Alzheimer’s disease Caregivers. As November is National Caregiver Month and National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, we would like to take special notice of Mark Donham and to the late, Christine Donham. I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to speak with Mark about his journey with Christine (Chris). […]

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Oldest US Citizens May Hold the Clues that Explain Cognitive Decline In Dementia Patients | Alzheimer’s Articles, Information and Resources

Dr. Jeffrey Kaye’s Oregon Brain Aging Study (OBAS), a longitudinal study of factors related to healthy brain aging, has received a Merit Review Continuation Award from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. The study, now entering its 22nd year, will use the four-year award to focus on understanding the mechanisms related to a major cause of […]

OHSU Translational Role in Aging Innovation: Molecules to Monkeys to Mirabella | Oregon Aging Research Conference

OHSU Translational Role in Aging Innovation: Molecules to Monkeys to Mirabella This innovative conference will feature national keynote speakers, top OHSU scientists, clinicians and educators, and a scientific poster session for OHSU researchers and trainees involved in aging research. This event will kick off the Healthy Aging Alliance’s vision to address the gaps that currently […]