What’s going on at this year’s i know expo? Doctors from the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging talk about forgetfulness and clinical trials

 At this year’s i know expo – from noon to 5 p.m. April 12 at the Lexington Center – Dr. Ronan Murphy and Dr. Gregory Jicha will discuss all the ways they’re working to help find a cure for Alzheimer’s Disease at the Sanders-Brown Center for Aging, and some of the things you can do to reduce your risk of the disease.

The principal mission at Sanders-Brown is to serve as the focal point for all Alzheimer’s disease-related activities at UK and the Commonwealth of Kentucky, by providing an environment and core resources that catalyze innovative research, outreach, education, and clinical programs.

Over the past 25 years, the center has developed a vigorous program in the clinical, neuropathological, educational, and research aspects of AD that serves as a critical resource for the university, community, state, and nation

Experts on dementia and geriatric medicine, Dr. Jicha and Dr. Murphy will also share how to know the difference between forgetful and early stage dementia. And how and clinical trials help. After all, participation in clinical trials and research is the only way to find cures for diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, and promote normal healthy brain and body aging for all.

Find out more at the i know expo on April 12.