2013 AAIC Video Highlights
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
"Subjective Cognitive Decline (SCD): The Earliest Clinical Sign of Alzheimer’s?"
Video 1: News briefing introduction. Dr. Frank Jessen discusses the international workgroup that has set a research agenda for subjective cognitive decline.
Video 2: There is new evidence that concerns about memory loss may actually indicate Alzheimer's-related changes in the brain, says Dr. Rebecca Amariglio.
Video 3: Dr. Cecilia Samieri says that people who carry an Alzheimer's risk gene and have concerns about their memory may be more likely to experience additional cognitive decline.
Video 4: Older people who report a recent change in their memory were more likely to be diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment or dementia in the next 6 years, according to Dr. Richard Kryscio.
Video 5: Dr. Alexander Koppara discusses subjective perception of memory impairment and its relationship to actual decline in measured memory ability.
Video 6: Q & A with Reporters
Dr. Ronald Petersen gives an overview of this newly emerging concept - subjective cognitive decline - which may be the earliest clinical sign of Alzheimer's disease.