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Lifespan Brain Study adds possible clue in predicting Alzheimer’s

Jan. 22, 2019 – New research from The University of Texas at Dallas suggests that periodic evaluation of changing amyloid levels in certain brain structures may offer an important clue into who may be on a trajectory toward Alzheimer’s disease. Deposits of a protein called amyloid in the brain are one of the earliest signs…

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Q&A with Home Health Companions CEO, Lisa Shardon

Lisa Shardon discusses caring for aging minds amidst COVID-19 and why research is more vital than ever now…

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CVL announces 2020 Science Symposium

Keynote speaker Joel Voss, PhD, director of the Laboratory for Human Neuroscience at the Northwestern University Feinburg School of Medicine, will present research on “Stimulating the Hippocampal Memory Network.”

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CVL scientists present at the Society for Neuroscience Conference in Chicago

Several researchers from the University of Texas at Dallas Center for Vital Longevity attended the Society for Neuroscience Conference (SfN) in Chicago Oct. 19-23, 2019. They joined nearly 30,000 neuroscientists, clinicians and advocates from across the globe who attend the conference to share their research and discover new ideas. The conference was SfN’s 49th annual…