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Postdoc @MSU: Epidemiological study of neurocognitive aging & Alzheimer's in Latino

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Position Summary: The Study of Latinos ‐ Investigation of Neurocognitive Aging (SOL‐INCA) is seeking a qualified Postdoctoral Fellow(s) for a study of Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s disease in a large, multisite study of diverse Latinos. This NIA funded research associate (postdoctoral) position is now available in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Michigan State University.





Alzheimer's disease: We can reduce the risk

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Recently, Dr. Irving Vega, Associate Professor at Michigan State University, presented his talk "Research on Alzheimer's disease: from bench to society". On the occasion of the "Brain Awareness Week" celebration, we share the video of his talk and an article written by Dr. Vega.  This is the first of multiple posts that we will be sharing with you this week exploring different conditions related to the health of our brain.

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Successful neuroscience workshop at UPR

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To create awareness about neuroscience among underrepresented minorities, Michigan State University offered a neuroscience workshop to high school and undergraduate students in Puerto Rico.


You can learn more about these workshops and the Bridge to Neuroscience program in this Mirada Científica podcast.


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