13th Annual Spring Symposium
"Moving Forward in Care, Treatment and Research"
|Thursday, March 31, 2016 |
Arlington Convention Center (New Venue!)
1200 Ballpark Way
Arlington, TX 76011
For details about the symposium and to register, click here
The Alzheimer's Association Spring Symposium is the largest regional education event focused on Alzheimer care, treatment and research offered by the North Central Texas Chapter. The event, attended by hundreds of family caregivers and health care professionals each year, will be celebrating its 13th year of offering quality dementia education. The Annual Spring Symposium is expanding to the Arlington Convention Center and adding sessions especially for physicians and researchers.
The highlight of the 2016 Symposium will be the keynote presentation by renowned researcher and physician Dr. Steven DeKosky. As a physician, Dr. DeKosky treats patients who suffer from a variety of neurological disorders including Alzheimer's disease. As one of the first researchers to effectively use brain imaging in the study of Alzheimer's, he continues to be a pioneer. For Dr. DeKosky's full biography, visit the speaker page.
2016 Keynote Speaker
Steven T. DeKosky, MD, is a medical researcher and academic known for his work in both the science and clinical care of Alzheimer's disease. Dr. DeKoksy has been named Interim Executive Director of the Evelyn F. and William L. McKnight Brain Insitute of the University of Florida and is a professor of neurology in the College of Medicine. He has served in leadership roles at the National Institutes of Health and is a member of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. In addition, Dr. DeKosky serves on the editorial boards of six of the leading neurology and Alzheimer's clinical publications and is a journal reviewer for another 20 clinical journals.
Caregiver Track Sponsor
Brookdale Senior Living
Professional Track Sponsor
The Stayton at Museum Way
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