Healthy Aging Series

Healthy Aging Series: “Mild Cognitive Impairment: Critical Period for Diagnosis and Intervention”

November 15 - 7:00PM - 8:00PM
Capitol Lakes Retirement Community, 333 W. Main Street, Madison, WI 53703
Cost: Free

About the event

Hear from an expert at the leading edge of Alzheimer’s disease research.

Speaker

Nathaniel Chin ’06, MD’10, assistant professor of geriatrics, UW–Madison’s Department of Medicine

About the speaker

Chin joined the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC) and the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics in 2017. He grew up in Watertown, Wisconsin, and earned undergraduate and medical degrees from UW–Madison. He completed an internal medicine residency at the University of California–San Diego, and it was during this time that Chin’s father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease (AD). His father’s condition influenced the way Chin began to look at his own career, and he decided to pursue a career as a geriatrician and scientist focused on AD and dementia. He completed a one-year geriatric medicine fellowship at the UW and also a new geriatric dementia fellowship, which he created with his faculty mentors. Chin sees patients in the UW Health Memory Clinic in Madison in addition to pursuing biomarker-driven Alzheimer’s research within the Wisconsin ADRC.

This event is free and open to the public, but registration by November 14 is strongly recommended!

Free parking is available in the ramp across the street from the building’s main entrance. You will need to pull a parking ticket and take it to the lecture, where Capitol Lakes staff will validate it for you before you leave.

Questions? Contact Stephanie Wallace ’05 at stephanie.wallace@supportuw.org or 1-608-308-5528.

Brought to you by WAA and the Capitol Lakes Retirement Community.

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