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Older adults with and without memory loss needed for Alzheimer’s studies

Older adults with and without memory loss needed for Alzheimer’s studies

Posted: September 30, 1996

The University of Washington Alzheimer's Disease Research Center has an ongoing need for volunteers with probable early Alzheimer's disease to participate in research. Volunteers must be otherwise healthy and living at home (or in an assisted living facility), able to come to Seattle for appointments, and accompanied by a responsible caregiver Read more »


Facts About Alzheimer’s Disease

Facts About Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted: September 30, 1996

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the leading cause of severe memory loss late in life. The National Institute on Aging estimates that 4 million people in the United States suffer from AD. Read more »


President McCormick to address University community Oct. 2

President McCormick to address University community Oct. 2

Posted: September 24, 1996

Faculty and staff salaries, accountability to the public, enrollment growth, legislative and budget goals, cooperation among UW campuses, and --above all--the preservation of academic excellence--are among the topics to be discussed by University of Washington President Richard L. McCormick when he addresses the University community. Read more »