November 2, 2017 | 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. | Swissôtel Chicago, IL

Educate. Ignite. Integrate.

National, regional and local dementia researchers and experts will present the latest and emerging dementia-related research topics including innovative care practices, technology based care and treatment options, theories and discoveries with a special focus on translating research into care.

This year’s Symposium is being held at the Swissôtel Chicago, with stunning views of Lake Michigan and the Chicago Skyline, the Swissôtel offers an exclusive destination setting for our full-day Symposium and expo.

Physicians, researchers, health care professionals, professional caregivers, students and members of our community looking to enhance skill sets and gain insights on Alzheimer’s and dementia-related topics. CME and CEUs offered.

The path to tomorrow’s treatments.
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Free Expo!

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Featuring vendors who provide dementia, healthcare, wellness and aging-related services and education.

Featured Keynote Speakers

Laura D. Baker

Exercise, Is it Worth the Sweat to Protect Brain Health?

Laura D. Baker, PhD

Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, Neurology, and Public Health Sciences
Associate Director, Wake Forest Alzheimer’s Disease Core Center
Wake Forest School of Medicine

Linda Van Eldik

From Concussion to Dementia: Targeting Dysregulated Brain Inflammation

Linda Van Eldik, PhD

Vernon Smith Endowed Chair in Alzheimer’s Research
Professor, Anatomy and Neurobiology
Director, Sanders-Brown Center on Aging
Director, Alzheimer’s Disease Center
Co-Director, Neuroscience Institute
University of Kentucky