Cuidar de alguien en tiempos del Coronavirus

Un mensaje de su Centro de Alzheimer Este documento es para todas las personas que cuidan de un ser querido con Alzheimer o enfermedades similares. Los cuidados que usted proporciona son vitales...

Caregiving in a time of Coronavirus

A message from your Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center We are addressing this to all the family members and friends who provide care for persons living with Alzheimer’s disease and similar...

Signs and Symptoms of Pituitary Tumors

Article originally published in the Summer 2019 Connections quarterly newsletter. Advanced imaging is catching more pituitary tumors than ever before. Often these tumors — once thought to...

Meet Neurologist Dr. Aimee Pierce

Article originally published in the Summer 2019 Alzheimer’s Update Meet Dr. Aimee Pierce! A native from Eugene, Oregon, Dr. Pierce began her training at Columbia University before completing her...

Caregiver Corner: Introducing a formal caregiver

Article originally published in the Summer 2019 Alzheimer’s Update Family members often ask us for tips on how to introduce a formal caregiver to their family member who has dementia. At some...

Memoir of a Stroke Survivor: Michelle’s Story

At 42, Michelle Cristiani did not expect to survive a stroke. The mom of three was active, busy, and most importantly, young. “Oh, you’re too young to have a stroke,” they said. One...