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Upcoming Events

Presenta Taller Educativo “Cuidando al Cuidador”

The bilingual staff of the Shiley-Marcos ADRC will be in Vista on Thursday, Oct. 12 from 9:30-12:30 for this free educational caregiver conference for spanish speakers.

Spanish speaking caregivers still needed for enrolling SMADRc caregiver study

Dementia 101 Presentation at Glenner Town Square

UC San Diego SMADRC and Alz San Diego team up to present at Glenner Town Square in English and Spanish.

Spanish Presentation: 10/8 from 12:00 to 1:30. Link to free registration here.

English Presentation: 10/22 from 12:00 to 1:30. Link to free registration here.

2019 Walk4ALZ

Saturday, October 19th, 2019

Balboa Park (Park Boulevard & Presidents Way)
Check in: 6:30 AM • Walk: 8 AM

Join the UCSD Brain Train Team; families and friends are very welcome!

Go to:

Find and Join team: Brain Train-team captain Irene Young


Join us for an exclusive screening and panel discussion of the new documentary, Turning Point.

Where will the future of Alzheimer’s research take us? BrightFocus Foundation, a leading funder of Alzheimer’s research around the world,  UC San Diego School of Medicine Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer's Disease Research Center and Pacific Research Network present an exclusive screening and panel discussion of the new documentary, Turning Point. Acclaimed filmmaker and director James Keach (Walk the Line, Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me) follows a team of researchers on the front lines of Alzheimer’s research and captures the raw disappointment and renewed hope of those working to find a cure for this incurable disease affecting nearly 5.7 million Americans.

Event: 80min documentary screening + 30min panel

Date: Saturday, Nov. 16th

Two different locations and times available on 11/16/19:
Location #1: Rancho Bernardo Inn, 10:00am-12:30pm featuring Dr. Galasko

Location #2: The LOT Liberty Station, 4:00pm- 6:30pm featuring Dr. Leger


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Thank you to all who came to walk, raised money for Alzheimer’s research, or made a contribution to the cause!

Congratulations to our Elite Grand Champion, 4-year-old Akshaya, daughter of UCSD staffer Archana Balasubramanian, who has raised over $3,400 for Alzheimer’s research!