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Educational Resources and Events

Open House

UCSD Shiley-Marcos ADRC Youtube Channel

  • Virtual Brain Blast Series
    • The UC San Diego Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Brain Blast Series is a virtual educational series for the community to access from the convenience of their homes. Presenters are all Shiley-Marcos ADRC colleagues with expertise in brain aging research that focuses on prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Each of the experts featured in the series studies a unique aspect of brain aging and has developed a brief overview of their current research to highlight the state-of-the-art science ongoing at UCSD. We hope you will take advantage of this free resource to learn more about advances in brain aging, the importance of research, and the multitude of opportunities to get involved and participate in research studies.
    • The Shiley-Marcos ADRC Virtual Brain Blast Series can be found here
  • UCTV Brain Channel: Alzheimer's Research
    • The SMADRC worked with UCTV to create seven new episodes for the UC Department of Neurosciences’ Brain Channel (founded by Dr. William C. Mobley), which specializes in episodes devoted to topics that help the viewer discover how the brain works, technologies to harness brain power, ways to treat disease and more. 
    • The UCTV Brain Channel collaboration videos can be found here

Reading Resources

Presentations to the Community

  • We have a well-rounded team of neurologists, social workers, psychometrists, physicians and gerontologists, who are well-versed to give presentations in the community targeting a wide range of audiences, including potential research participants, their family members, and community health care professionals, including physicians.
  • We welcome speaking invitations from members of the community and enjoy the opportunity to collaborate with our community partners. We will be happy to consider developing a talk to meet your needs. 
  • If you would like to arrange for one of our speakers to give a presentation at your facility, please contact Christina Gigliotti, Ph.D. at cgigliotti@ucsd.edu.