First convened in 2006, the Norman R. Seay Lecture series honors civil rights leader, dedicated volunteer and supporter of Alzheimer’s research, Norman R. Seay. Held every year, the Lecture brings together a new keynote speaker along with health professionals, clinical and basic science researchers, and others to learn and discuss a timely topic related to Alzheimer’s disease and minorities.
Upcoming Seay Lectures are posted to our Events Calendar. Exploring the links below will take you to past Seay Lecture information including flyers. A video archive of available lectures is available by clicking the button below.