Each year, the Indiana Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (IADRC) collaborates with the Indianapolis community and other national leaders to orchestrate events that explore current Alzheimer's disease research and outreach. Check out the agendas for this year's Martin Family Alzheimer's Disease Caregiver Symposium!
Martin Family Alzheimer's Disease Caregiver Symposium
At this annual event, researchers connect with community members to highlight the ongoing challenges among caregivers. Rev. Dr. Kelvin Lamonte Williams will lead an important discussion on the lack of diversity in research.
With discussions ranging from precision medicine in Alzheimer's disease to functional connectivity dynamics—this annual event brings together nationally recognized researchers and health care professionals who discuss current studies happening in the field of Alzheimer's, especially near Indianapolis.
Occurring the first four Fridays in June, this free educational program brings many members of the Indianapolis community together to learn more about Alzheimer's disease, prevention and potential treatments.
The IADRC as a Research Hub on the Path to Precision Medicine