Norman R. Seay
Norman R. Seay

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.

Strategies to Avoid Excluding Marginalized Groups in a New Era of Treating Alzheimer Disease and Related Dementias

Presenter: Angela M. Hill, Pharm.D., CRPh, Professor and Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs, Project Director, WE-CARE (Workgroup Enhancing Community Advocacy & Research Engagement), USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy.
October 2, 2023
Zoom & in-person conference

“Let Me Tell My Family First-” The Importance of Family in the Recruitment of African Americans into Alzheimer’s Disease and other Aging Research Studies

Presenter: Raegan Durant, MD, MPH, Associate Dean, Diversity and Inclusion, School of Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham
October 11, 2022 – View Flyer
Zoom & in-person conference

Organizational Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Driving Forces and Stumbling Blocks

Presenter: Jeffrey McClean II, MD, FAAN, Lieutenant Colonel USAF, MC
October 19, 2021 – View Flyer
Zoom video conference

Black Joy Matters in Aging Research

Presenter: Raina Croff, PhD
October 13, 2020 – View Flyer
Zoom video conference

Alignment, Agency and Activism: Fostering Participation in Alzheimer’s Research Among African Americans

Presenter: Crystal M. Glover, PhD
October 10, 2019 – View Flyer
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