Ask Dr. Scott Turner: Neurologist Director, Memory Disorders Program

The mission of the Georgetown University Memory Disorders Program is to prevent and treat Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias by conducting innovative research, educating and training healthcare professionals and the public on research advances, and offering state-of-the-art clinical care.

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The Presentation Slides from the 20th Anniversary Celebration

November 8th, 2019

On Thursday, October 17th, 2019 the Georgetown University Memory Disorders Program hosted the 20th Anniversary Celebration commemorating twenty years of research and clinical care. Here you will find the information that was presented: The Journey of the Memory Disorders Program, Genetics and Alzheimer’s Disease, The Four Pillar Program to Preserving Brain Health, and Prevention Trial Registries. Thank you to all who supported this event and our program throughout the years.

The four-pillar program to preserving brain health. 1 Physical health, 2 Emotional health, 3 Knowledge, 4 Action.

A Four-Pillar Program to Preserve Brain Health

October 7th, 2019

A Four-Pillar Program to Preserve Brain Health provides guidelines on maintaining your memory. The program focuses on Physical Health, Emotional Health, Knowledge about your risk for neurological disease, and Actions you should take regarding your health.

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End of Life Expo: Planning a Good Death

October 2nd, 2019

Be informed and empowered when planning for end of life! Join us for Iona’s End of Life Expo with resources and experts. Saturday, November 2nd from 11:00 AM to 5:30 PM.

20th Anniversary Celebration on October 17, 2019.

20th Anniversary Celebration

September 10th, 2019

Whether you’re involved in our program or never heard of us: you’re invited. Join us for lunch at St. Francis Hall as we celebrate 20 years of clinical care and research! On October 17th, 2019, we recognize those who have contributed to our program, as well as welcome those who are interested in memory research. We’ll be discussing the progress we’ve made, giving you tips to keep your mind sharp, and answering your questions on memory and aging. Thank you for you interest and participation in the Georgetown University Memory Disorders Program. We couldn’t do it without you!


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