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Brain Matters Conference 2012 - Postponed

Due to unforeseen circumstances and in order to ensure a quality program, the Brain Matters – Aging and Dementia Conference scheduled for Saturday, June 9th at the University of North Florida, University Center has had to be postponed. Additional information regarding a new date in the fall will be forthcoming. 

We thank you for your willingness to participate and for your efforts on this project.  We truly apologize for any inconvenience.


The Brain Matters Conference features cutting edge information and discussion from experts in the field of aging and dementia, including faculty and staff from The Alzheimer's Association, Mayo Clinic and University of North Florida. There will also be specialized breakout sessions designed for friend and family caregivers, professional health providers and the general community. Please check out our brochure above for more information. Also, For more information about sponsor or vendor opportunities, please call 904-281-9077.


Thank you to our Sponsors!




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