Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are limiting in-person activities to research studies that received reactivation approval through the U-M Office of Research. Most study teams will continue to hold visits virtually or by telephone. All community events, wellness programs, and support groups will meet virtually at this time. For specific inquiries, please give us a call directly at 734-936-8803.
We are pleased to offer a session of Mindfulness-based Dementia Care this spring. This eight week course will take place every Wednesday, May 5 to June 23, from 9:30AM –[…]
This annual report reveals the burden of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia on individuals, caregivers, government and the nation’s health care system. An accompanying special report, Race, Ethnicity and Alzheimer’s in America,[…]
A new study reveals how APOE4 gene may increase risk for dementia. Dr. Scott Roberts, Lead of our Outreach, Recruitment, and Engagement Core and Professor of Health Behavior & Health[…]
The Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (MADRC), funded by the NIH/National Institute on Aging, is pleased to announce openings in its early career investigator mentoring program in the Center’s Research[…]
Please join us in congratulating our Clinical Core Lead, Dr. Benjamin Hampstead, as the inaugural Stanley Berent, PhD Collegiate Professor of Psychology. While at Michigan, Professor Berent was the Chief[…]
Dr. Polenick Investigates Experiences Among Couples Living with Multiple Chronic Health Conditions and Dementia in New Research Study
Dr. Courtney Polenick, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at U-M and Faculty Associate at the U-M Institute for Social Research, is recruiting participants for a research study[…]