ADRC Pathways Newsletter

PATHWAYS is published as a service of the University of Pittsburgh Alzheimer Disease Research Center.


Summer 2018 »
Bridging a Gap in Dementia Research
All of Us Pennsylvania
20 Things I Would Want If I Got Dementia
Making Yourself a Priority: Tips for Caregivers’ Self-Care
Outreach Happenings
With Gratitude

Winter 2017-18 »
Working to Improve Health Disparities in Alzheimer’s Research
Working to Improve Health Disparities
New Research Study: LATTICE
Ten Ways to Love Your Brain
UPMC Senior Services Honors ADRC Physician
A Fond Farewell and Best Wishes
In Memory of

Summer 2017 »
An Assignment, a Family, and a Journey: How Pathways Led to The Inheritance
Food for Thought
Outreach Happenings
Ask the Medical Professional
Spending Quality Time with a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease
Ten Tips on How to Stay Connected to a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease
ADNI3 Research Study Expands and Seeks New Volunteers
New Blood Test Aids Pitt Alzheimer Research

Winter 2017 »
ADRC Expands Imaging Techniques That Diagnose and Track AD
How to Cope with Hallucinations and Delusions
Outreach Happenings
Saxton Honored
Ask the Medical Professional
Join a Caregiver Support Group
Warhol Tour
Volunteers Needed
Staff Spotlight

Summer 2016 »
ADRC Is One of 24 Sites Conducting New CONNECT Study
Food for Thought
Pilot Research Grant
The Geriatrics Workforce
CTE: A Summary
Black History Month
Distinguished Alumna
New Prevention Registry
With Gratitude
Staff Spotlight
Exercise Study
Presidential Early Career Award
Investigator Award
Advance Health Care Planning
Volunteers Needed
Ask the Medical Professional

Winter 2016 »
New Community Education Initiative
Collaborative AD Study
Gift Benefits Center
Welcome, Heart SCORE Volunteers!
JAA Offers Overnight Care Program
ADRC Expands Warhol Tour
Walk to End Alzheimer’s
Volunteers Needed for Research Studies

Spring/Summer 2015 »
A4 Study Seeks to Enroll 1,000 Healthy Adults
What Is Informed Consent?
ADRC Turns 30
Outreach Happenings
Awards and Accolades
Announcing a New Partnership
Volunteers Needed for Research Studies

Fall/Winter 2014 »
Director’s Message
Why Are Placebos Important in Clinical Trials?
Staying Safe When Wandering Occurs
ADRC Walk to End AD

Spring/Summer 2014 »
Message from the Director
Tips for Traveling with a Person with Dementia
Physician Orders for Life-sustaining Treatment (POLST)

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”

Fall 2007 Newsletter »
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



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