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Stephanie Cosentino, PhD, Associate Professor of Neuropsychology, and colleagues are working on developing screening tools to detect subjective cognitive decline and more advanced forms of memory loss
Miguel Arce Rentería, PhD, assistant professor of neuropsychology, commented on a study that found that people who were bilingual in their youth tended to score higher on memory tests later in life
Many people live years or even decades with dementia, which causes death. Researching the symptoms and causes can dramatically help dementia care and prevention.
Health Matters spoke with Dr. James Noble, a neurologist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center who specializes in the treatment of dementia, to get the facts about FTD.
- November 2, 2022
"This is not definitive," said lead researcher Dr. Davangere Devanand, a professor of psychiatry and neurology at CUIMC. He said that larger studies, including a control group, are still needed
- October 26, 2022
A new study, lead by Dr. Jennifer J. Manly, shows that 1 in 10 Americans age 65 and over suffer from dementia, while 22% deal with mild cognitive impairment.
- August 31, 2022
Dr. James M. Noble is an associate professor of neurology and dementia specialist in the Division of Aging and Dementia.
- December 11, 2021
Various programs around the country connect neurologic patients and caregivers with the arts. One such example is Arts & Minds, an organization founded by Dr. James M. Noble
- October 25, 2021
Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and College of Dental Medicine scientists awarded $3.97 million to study link between Alzheimer’s and periodontitis
- August 30, 2021
Finding out exactly which type of dementia you or your loved one has may be scary, but it’s important to identify the condition as early as possible
- June 7, 2021
After exercising, choose a brain-healthy recovery meal.
Source:PreventionMay 21, 2021
For someone to be diagnosed with dementia, they have to have significant decline in more than one cognitive area,” says Neuropsychologist Elise Caccappolo, Ph.D., of CUIMC
Source:CUIMC NewsroomMarch 30, 2021
A new study on COVID-19 patients with dementia led by James Noble, MD, MS associate professor of neurology at CUIMC
Source:Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration (AFTD)May 8, 2020
Dr. Ted Huey addressed the national FTD community to outline the unique challenges of FTD care during the COVID-19 pandemic and provide guidance to FTD patients, families, and caregivers.