Alzheimer’s expert to speak on public health implications

Sharon Brangman, MD lectures on “Alzheimer’s Disease: A Public Health Perspective” from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Thursday, March 21. Her talk is free and open to anyone interested in public health, community health and prevention. The grand rounds is held in Room 2231 of Weiskotten Hall, and will be available as a webinar.

Brangman will explain the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on our health care system and society, the signs and symptoms of the disease, and risk factors for developing Alzheimer’s and other dementias from a population-based perspective. Her talk is courtesy of the Department of Public Health and Preventive Medicine.

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2 Responses to Alzheimer’s expert to speak on public health implications

  1. can the webinar be viewed at another time too? conflicts with my portion distortion and I am very interested in the diabetes/Alzheimer connection!

  2. Amber Smith says:

    In case you missed the presentation, here’s a link to the archived version:

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