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20454 From the Lab: Untangling Alzheimer's Disease   NEW!

Alzheimer’s disease is anything but rare and its toll on our population is reaching cataclysmic proportions. It’s estimated that if the course of the disease is not slowed or halted, the number of Americans affected will grow from five million to more than 16 million individuals by 2050. But things are not all doom and gloom! In this webinar, Dr. Sylvain Lesné discusses recent developments in Alzheimer’s disease research, including where we may be headed in the near and more-distant future.

 

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The following course is FULL and no longer taking registrations. Feel free to add yourself to the waitlist by clicking the "Add to Waitlist" button below. The office will notify you if there are seats that become available. Please do not attend courses for which you are waitlisted.

Schedule: 1 sessions | Tu 11/17/2020–11/17/2020 |  10:00 AM–11:30 AM | Online |
Course Leader(s): Sylvain Lesné

 

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