A team of researchers and clinicians is working with Indigenous Canadians to create culturally appropriate dementia care.
These two Albertans are taking vastly different approaches to dementia research, both with the ultimate goal of improving people’s lives.
When Laura Booi, who is in her 30s and has a PhD in gerontology, couldn’t find a global network for emerging dementia researchers, she helped create one.
Shining the spotlight on the PHC IGSI Education Series.
Meet two researchers who are aiming to make an impact in the ways we deal with dementia — and in the ways we can prevent it.
Dr. Annette Liebing sees a global attitude shift on the prevention front, while Sienna Caspar’s vision of person-centred care is becoming a reality.
Brain donations could help in the fight against neurodegenerative diseases.
Scientists are trying to make sense of the processes that lead to Alzheimer’s disease.
Two Canadian researchers are challenging stereotypes and offering new innovations in dementia diagnosis and care.
University of Calgary researchers Dr. Eric Smith and Dr. Marc Poulin are on the forefront of early dementia diagnosis and prevention.
A new study finds dementia risk lowered in seniors who volunteer.