Access materials such as video, flyers and agendas from previous Center-sponsored community events by selecting an event below. View our Events Calendar page for all events Center related.

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“In Our Right Mind” Community Webinar Event

Join us for the recording of our webinar for the documentary “In Our Right Mind: Alzheimer’s and Dementia’s Impact on Communities of Color” by award-winning journalist, attorney, and communication strategist Renee Chenault-Fattah.

We are featuring the film along with a panel discussion with Dr. Lenise Cummings-Vaughn, Mrs. Stephanie Bohlen Griffin, and Attorney Andrea Denny. We will also have a conversation with the filmmaker Attorney Chenault-Fattah.

This event is sponsored by Washington University School of Medicine Knight Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, Hope Center and the Siteman Cancer Center and took place on Saturday, October 30, 2021, at 11:00 AM CST.

This event will only be available for viewing until November 1, 2022.

African American Participation in AD Research:  Effective Strategies Workshop

African American Participation in AD Research: Effective Strategies Workshop 

October 10, 2018, 8:00am – 5:00pm

Eric P. Newman Education Center on the campus of Washington University School of Medicine

By 2050, over 40% of older adults will be minorities.  As the aging United States population becomes increasingly diverse, the lack of information from diverse populations has potentially critical clinical considerations.  Participation in Alzheimer disease (AD) research programs is overwhelmingly by non-Hispanic white persons.  As a result, relatively little is known about Alzheimer disease and related disorders in persons from under-represented groups.  This presents an enormous missed opportunity to fully appreciate the relevance of AD across all people.  Join us to examine critical issues surrounding recruitment of African American participants into research studies, so that the benefit of future AD treatments and interventions will be a reality for everyone.

Funding is provided by the National Institute on Aging grant R13AG059415.