Nevada Consortium on Dementia Research
The Nevada Consortium on Dementia Research is a membership group open to Nevada institutions with an interest in developing collaborative research, education and public service programs for people living with dementia. To learn more or participate in their studies, click here.
The mission of the Nevada Research Consortium on Dementia is to advance our knowledge of care and support of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias through fostering research activities in Nevada.
The NRCD accomplishes this mission by:
- Promoting and expanding research opportunities and collaborations throughout Nevada related to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
- Disseminating emerging findings through multiple venues to educate providers and patients.
- Informing evidence-based practices and policies.
- Encouraging new researchers to join this field of investigation
To see upcoming meetings click here.
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