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Shiley-Marcos ADRC Newsletters


CuRRents

CuRRents is the Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer's Disease Research Center newsletter. It is now published twice a year and features updates in research projects underway, resources, and staff news that is being generated from our ADRC. Readers learn about newly enrolling studies, research advances, innovative programs, and ideas for healthy aging. cuRRents is edited by Christina Gigliotti Ph.D., and Guerry, Peavy, Ph.D. Graphic design produced by Tracy Dezenzo. All study participants receive a printed copy of cuRRents and electronic copies are available by clicking on the below links.






Gaceta EDAD

Gaceta EDAD is the Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer's Disease Research Center Spanish language programs newsletter. The entire issue is written in Spanish. Its debut issue was generated in 2019 and it will be produced annually. It is edited by Cecilia Salcedo-Borrego, BS and Paula Desplats, PhD. and features updates in research and outreach initiatives, resources, and center and staff news that is being generated from our ADRC and has relevance to the Latino community. Readers learn about newly enrolling studies, research advances, innovative programs, and ideas for healthy aging. All Spanish speaking study participants receive a printed copy of Gaceta EDAD and electronic copies are available by clicking on the below links.




 



 

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Perspectives

Perspectives was a quarterly newsletter written for people with dementia that addresses the concerns, reflections, and coping skills of individuals with Alzheimer's or a related memory disorder. It provided up-to-date research, explores relevant topics, provides a forum for discussion, and builds bridges between people with memory loss around the world. Individuals with Alzheimer's or a related disorder contribute their perspectives to this newsletter in the form of articles, poetry, or letters. Perspectives was written and edited by Lisa Snyder, LCSW, and published by the University of California, San Diego, Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer's Disease Research Center. Perspectives is not currently generating new issues due to Lisa's untimely passing. An e-book anthology is in development.