Dr. Huntington Potter will be live to explain in plain language the importance between the Down Syndrome and Alzheimer's Link- and what this means to caregivers, patients, parents, physicians, health providers, and everyone who cares about both and related diagnosis and genetic disorders.
Dr. Potter is Director of Alzheimer's Research at the Linda Crnic Insititute for Down Syndrome, Department of Neurology, University of Colorado, Denver. His work is because of grants and support from the Alzheimer's Association and the Global Down Syndrome Foundation.
We'll get the opportunity to learn first-hand how Dr. Potter started this research, what it means to those in the Alzheimer's, Down Syndrome and related disease and disorder communities, and what it can mean for other medical work.
An unusual opportunity to talk first-hand to the leader of the research as it is happening and learn in terms so we can all benefit how this affects the lives of so many. Sign up via the comments on our site to ask questions ahead, add comments afterward, and to follow the research and community from the ground up.
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