2016 Event: September 10th
Nearly 500 guests joined us this past Saturday at the University of San Diego’s Shiley Theatre to hear leading researchers discuss treatment, cure and best of all, hope.
Our expert panel, which was made up of some of San Diego’s and the nation’s top researchers, covered topics ranging from promising clinical trials, theories on what causes Alzheimer’s, to whether or not eating chocolate can in fact improve cognitive function. Read more about what our expert panel is working on and why they have hope for a cure>>
As always, Darlene Shiley’s witty banter kept the serious discussion light and humorous, pointing out that she won’t be taking any chances and will be continuing her “strict chocolate regimen.” Read more about Darlene Shiley and why she is committed to finding a cure>>
If you were unable to make it or if you have further questions, please contact us at: 858.492.4400.
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Michael Lobatz, MD
Jerold Chun, MD, Ph.D.
The Scripps Research Institute
Fred H. Gage, PhD.
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Dr. Steven L. Wagner
University of California, San Diego
Larry Goldstein, Ph.D.
Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center & Consortium for
Thomas (TC) D. Chung, Ph.D
Paul S. Aisen, MD
University of Southern California