Memory Disorders Center

Forget-Me-Not Gala for Alzheimer’s Research Joins UCNI Calendar

Forget-Me-Not Gala for Alzheimer’s Research Joins UCNI Calendar

Alzheimer’s is a disease of “abundant cruelty” that John Van Kirk, PhD, knows all too well. The Cincinnati businessman lost his wife of 56 years, Rosemary, to the disease in 2012. Eager to honor her memory by raising money for research, Dr. Van Kirk has founded a new event: the Forget-Me-Not Gala, which will support…
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Research Has Linked Atrial Fibrillation and Memory Loss

Dr. Brendan Kelley, medical director of the Memory Disorders Center at the UC Neuroscience Institute, explains the possible link between Atrial Fibrillation and cognitive decline. This article explains that numerous small strokes, impaired blood flow and physical inactivity could be behind memory loss in the absence of a major stroke. Read more here>> Media Outlet:…
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Memory Disorders Center Provides Help

In an interview with WCPO, Brendan Kelley, MD, Director of the Memory Disorders Center at the UC Neuroscience Institute, offers commentary about dementia following the tragic death of a nursing home resident. Learn more » Publication Name: WCPO-TV

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Dr. Brendan Kelley on WMKV’s HealthScope

Listen to Brendan Kelley, MD, Director of the UC Memory Disorders Center, in an interview on WMKV Radio, 89.3-FM, Cincinnati. This file may take several minutes to download. Download an MP3 File >> Publication Name: WMKV Radio, 89.3-FM

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