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GiTVC Alzheimer's Awareness Month: How to Keep your Aging Brain Healthy and How Participants are Protected in Research Studies

Date Tue, Nov 23
Time 6: 00 PM - 7: 00 PM
Location Virtual


GiTVC presents a discussion on Alzheimer’s disease during this important Alzheimer's Awareness Month. Our cognitive disease expert from Georgetown University, Raymond S. Turner, MD, will share tools and techniques on how to maintain a healthy brain as we age. We will also discuss the importance of the institutional review board (IRB) when it comes to participant protection in research studies.
This event will be held, virtually, November 23 from 6 PM - 7 PM EST.

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