Belmont Village Lecture Series

In partnership with our Presenting Sponsor, Belmont Village Senior Living, we present our Alzheimer’s Research Webinar Lecture Series. This Series features presentations by outstanding thinkers and researchers, all previously sponsored by the Aging Mind Foundation.

We hope you will enjoy these free and informative webinar lectures with moderated Q&A, information about current Alzheimer’s research, findings and what they think the future looks like in regards to Alzheimer’s and dementia advancements.

Developing Methods to Recover Synapses and Neural Network Function in the Alzheimer’s Brain

Dr. Stephen Strittmatter
Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Director of Yale University School of Medicine’s Cellular Neuroscience, Neurodegeneration and Repair Program

Therapeutic Implications of the ‘Smoke’ versus the ‘Fire’ in Alzheimer’s Disease

Dr. Scott A. Small
Tuesday, July 6, 2021
Director of the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center at Columbia University

A Vision for Alzheimer’s Disease Detection and Therapy

Dr. Marc Diamond
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Director of UT Southwestern’s Center for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases

Why do our memories get worse as we age? Insights from the study of neural selectivity

Dr. Michael D. Rugg
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Director of The Center for Vital Longevity

Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor

Belmont Village Senior Living is known for its distinctive design, high standards of life safety and excellence in hospitality and care. Founded in 1997, they have a vision of wellness: to create living environments and programs that promote a healthy lifestyle so that our residents can continue to enjoy engaging, purposeful lives. Longstanding university partnerships have helped us forge leading edge programs including our esteemed Circle Of Friends® for memory care and innovations in nutrition, fitness, rehabilitation and fall prevention. Every community is built, owned and managed by Belmont Village and all are fully licensed to support couples with varying care needs. Residents are supported with skill and compassion by a highly trained, tenured staff, which has ranked Belmont Village as a Great Place to Work® in FORTUNE® Magazine’s Top 50 Best Workplaces in Aging Services.