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Gala Aids in Transformation of Care for Dementia and Memory Disorders

UC Health and the University of Cincinnati have begun steadily transforming the way memory disorders are being treated in Cincinnati. Supporting this transformation is the [...]

Transforming Care for Dementia and Memory Disorders

UC Health has begun transforming the way memory disorders are being treated in Cincinnati. Supporting this transformation is the Forget-Me-Not Gala, held September 25, which [...]

New Home Planned for University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute

The University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute has launched a $54.6 million fundraising campaign that will fund a new world-class outpatient facility for people with neurologic [...]

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Dick's Story: Limbic Encephalitis

Dick was enjoying his retirement as a full-time volunteer at Crayons to Computers when his memory began to go awry. He told his granddaughter that [...]

Dr. Rhonna Shatz: Building a New Approach to Brain Health

Toolbox in hand, Rhonna Shatz, DO, has arrived as the new Medical Director and the Sandy and Bob Heimann Chair in Research and Education of [...]

UC Researchers Recruit Alzheimer's Patients for Study of New Drug

In the quest for new treatments, researchers at the UC Memory Disorders Center are now recruiting Alzheimer’s patients to test the effectiveness of a new, [...]

UC Researchers Studying Investigational Drug for People with Alzheimer's

Contact: Keith Herrell (513) 558-4559 keith.herrell@uc.edu Researchers at the University of Cincinnati are among those who have accepted the challenge of easing the burden of [...]

Institute Conducts Alzheimer's Research

A special "Forget Me Not" gala supports research at the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute. Dr. Robert Krikorian, a neuro-psychologist, hopes to help families such as [...]

UC Neuroscience Institute Conducting Alzheimer's Research

WKRC-TV, Channel 12—Video report features research by Robert Krikorian, PhD, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience, and UC Health neuropsychologist

 

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