Zoom in on Dementia & Alzheimer's

Zoom in on Dementia & Alzheimer's is a monthly virtual discussion series with medical experts to keep you informed about the latest breakthroughs and findings in the field—from treatments and genetics to risk reduction, supplements, and more.


Each session will include a live Q&A where you can ask your questions directly of the experts. All sessions will be recorded and available to watch on demand.

Zoom in on Dementia & Alzheimer's - A free virtual discussion with medical experts.

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Is Alzheimer’s Disease Preventable?

How To Reduce Your Risk Factors for Dementia

Thursday, October 19
1:00 pm EST (please adjust for your time zone)



Previous Episodes

Randall Bateman, MD

From written evaluations to blood tests, retinal and brain scans, AI-based wearable technologies, and everything in between, Dr. Randall J. Bateman takes a deep dive into the latest and greatest methods that can lead to earlier detection of dementias.


Cynthia Lemere, PhD
July 27, 2023

Join Dr. Cynthia Lemere, Scientist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Associate Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, and host Nancy Lynn of BrightFocus Foundation for a discussion on the rapidly evolving—and complex—landscape of available treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and ask the experts what this means for you or a family member.


John Hardy, PhD
June 22, 2023

Learn about the role that genes play in the risk of developing the early- and late-onset forms of Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. John Hardy, chair of molecular biology of neurological disease at University College London Institute of Neurology, and host Nancy Lynn discuss the impact of family history on Alzheimer’s disease.


Malú Gámez Tansey, PhD
May 18, 2023

Learn about frontotemporal dementia (FTD), a form of dementia, and how it differs from Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Malú Gámez Tansey, professor of neuroscience and neurology at the University of Florida, and host Nancy Lynn discuss the signs, symptoms, and stages of FTD.


Dr. Sharon Cohen
April 20, 2023

Learn about Leqembi, a new anti-amyloid treatment for Alzheimer's disease that received conditional approval from the FDA in January 2023. Dr. Sharon Cohen, neurologist and medical director at Toronto Memory Program, and host Nancy Lynn discuss the drug's benefits, availability, potential side effects, cost, and more, as well as other drugs in development for Alzheimer's.


This program is supported in part by educational grants from:

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BrightFocus Foundation is dedicated to reaching millions of people worldwide through its public outreach and education efforts around brain and eye health.