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Newsletters


Fall/Winter 2013

  • Director’s Message
  • What Are Clinical Trials?
  • Brain Donation Program
  • Outreach Happenings


Spring/Summer 2013

  • Message from the Director
  • Can I Improve My Memory?
  • Lewy Body Dementia Explained


Fall/Winter 2012

  • Message from the Director
  • Tips to Keep Your Holiday Stress Level Low
  • Navigating Care Options for Alzheimer’s Disease


Spring/Summer 2012

  • Director’s Message
  • Why Does Memory Get Worse with Age?
  • Outreach Happenings


Fall/Winter 2011

  • Message from the Director
  • An Introduction to Frontotemporal Degeneration
  • How Does My Memory Work?


Spring/Summer 2011

  • Message from the Director
  • How Does My Memory Work?
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment, Alzheimer's Disease, and the New Diagnostic Criteria


Fall/Winter 2010

  • Breakthrough Ride Hits Goal of 100,000 Signatures in Pittsburgh
  • Exercise Helps Your Brain Work Faster
  • Snitz Receives K-23 Research Career Development Award


Spring/Summer 2010

  • NIA Funding Renewal Period Under Way
  • Recovery Funds Advance Alzheimer’s Disease Research
  • Staying Safe: Tips for Travel


Fall 2009 Newsletter

  • The Alzheimer’s Project Preview
  • Pitt Medical Student Receives AAN Award
  • New Study of Brain Aging to Begin


Spring 2009 Newsletter

  • Oscar Lopez and William Klunk Assume Leadership of ADRC
  • The Role of the Social Worker
  • Volunteers Needed for Research


Fall 2008 Newsletter

  • Director Accepts New Position, Bids Farewell to Pittsburgh ADRC
  • Planning Ahead: Basic Legal Matters
  • Pitt Researchers Present Work at ICAD 2008


Spring 2008 Newsletter

  • Dr. Klunk & Dr. Mathis win prestigious award
  • Volunteers needed for clinical trials
  • “Ask the Medical Professional”



  • Caregivers: The Forgotten Patients
  • Patient Assistance Programs for Prescription Medications
  • Dr. Sweet to Study Behavioral Symptoms in AD


Spring 2007 Newsletter

  • Computer test to assess cognition
  • ADRC Autopsy program
  • Memory Walk update


Fall 2006 Newsletter

  • Pittsburgh Compound B
  • ADRC Celebrates 20 years of Research
  • Lumbar Punctures becoming more widely used