Dementia 2021 with Dr. Finger

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Join us for an evening with Dr. Elizabeth Finger from University of Western Ontario and Schulich School of Medicine. Dr. Finger will discuss Inflammation and the Brain and the latest research on Healthy Lifestyle Choices for Brain Health.

Dr. Elizabeth Finger

Dr. Finger - photo credit UWestern

Buy Tickets Here for Dementia Fall Education Night 2021

Join us for our virtual Fall Dementia Education Night with Dr. Elizabeth Finger, M.D. on Thursday, October 7 at 7 pm. on ZOOM.

Dr. Finger will be presenting on Inflammation and the Brain. She will discuss the impact of neuroinflammation, how it impacts the progression of dementia, and some of the latest research concerning lifestyle choices and brain health.

Dr. Finger is a Neurologist at the Parkwood Institute, and a Scientist at Lawson Health Research Institute. Dr. Finger is a leader in the Canadian dementia research field. She is an Associate professor of Neurology at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario. In addition to many other ongoing research programs, her recent research has focused on empathy in patients with Frontotemporal dementia. We look forward to hosting Dr. Finger as she discusses the latest research and theories regarding neuroinflammation and its impact on the brain.

Tickets are $10 each. To purchase tickets, contact the Alzheimer Society of Huron County at 519-482-1482 or purchase them online here

We look forward to having you join us!