Presenter: Joe Quinn, M.D., Vice Chair for Research, OHSU Neurology
March 1, 2021
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
This virtual event will be livestreamed on the Echo360 platform.
Preferably viewed in Google Chrome or Firefox web browsers.
About the talk
In this edition of the Virtual Brain TLC Lecture Series we'll discuss the latest research about Lewy body dementia and explain the current approach to its diagnosis and treatment.
Dr. Quinn is a neurologist at OHSU and the Portland VA Medical Center, as well as the Director of the Parkinson’s Centers at both institutions. He works closely with the OHSU Alzheimer’s Center. Dr. Quinn focuses on patient care and conducts research on treating and preventing cognitive decline and dementia. His research ranges from animal studies testing experimental treatment strategies to clinical studies evaluating “biomarkers” and interventional treatments.
Brain TLC is an on-going OHSU lecture series - open to all community members - focused on aging, dementia prevention and brain health.
Watch the livestream and ask questions
To tune into the event, go to https://echo360.org/section/4e405e17-a2a5-406a-87b9-29a0d23beb3e/public
Please send questions for Dr. Quinn, before or during the event, to be addressed at the end of the talk. Email Natasha at email@example.com
This lecture recording will be available after the talk at the ECHO link.