for Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer's Disease Center (CNADC)
The CNADC is a multidisciplinary organization dedicated to the following pursuits: conducting research to discover how the brain coordinates cognitive functions; transferring the benefits of this research to patients with cognitive disorders; and training researchers and clinicians who want to work in this field.
Alzheimer's Disease Core Center: to provide core resources that will enhance research on Alzheimer's Disease, NIA-funded.
Neurobehavior and Memory Health Service: devoted to evaluation, education, and care of people with cognitive disorders.
Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology Program: a clinical training and research program with a multidisciplinary approach to brain-behavior interactions.
Basic Human Brain Research Laboratory: basic research focused on understanding the organization of the brain in health and disease.
Cognitive Brain Mapping Laboratory: explores the neural networks that support cognition, and maps brain activations related to cognitve functions.
Contact: Kristine Zachrich,
Web Site: http://www.brain.northwestern.edu
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Thursday, May 11, 2017