Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Webinar at noon today on Down syndrome-Alzheimer's Link

William Mobley leads the Down Syndrome Center for Research and Treatment at the University of California, San Diego.  The new center plans to integrate treatment and therapy with academic research on Down syndrome.  Since people with Down syndrome are at high risk for Alzheimer’s disease, the center will make the nexus between the two disorders a prime research focus.  Where can researchers in the Down syndrome area make headway, and perhaps advance the our understanding of Alzheimer's disease?
You can learn more by joining a live webinar on Wednesday, 1 June 2011, at 12:00 noon, U.S. Eastern time. In this webinar, Dr. Mobley will share his vision for the new center and discuss how the latest research sharpens researchers’ understanding of both diseases.

Please consider forwarding this information to friends and family who would be interested in this presentation.  Readers can sign up here to receive frequent updates on Down syndrome cognitive research.

Robert C. Schoen, Ph.D.
Research Down Syndrome
Chicago, Illinois

Phone: RDS 877.863.2121
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