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Travis Greenman
44:43
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RJefferson
44:58
she is very low
Tina Thomas
45:09
Yes
Micah Hunt
47:37
I am looking forward to this discussion!!
Ann Okeefe
50:31
are the slides changing?
ethlyn.gibson@hamptonu.edu
50:50
Slides will change once the talk begins.
LaRhonda Ross
51:57
Thank you! I assume participants will receive a copy of all slides at the conclusion of the conference.
ethlyn.gibson@hamptonu.edu
52:22
Dr. Ethlyn Gibson, Director for Hampton University's Gerontology Center for Minority Aging, "Ethlyn.gibson@hamptonu.edu" or office: 757-727-5657
Charlene Crawford
52:43
I can’t hear you
Charlene Crawford
52:51
I can’t hear you
Tiffany Franklin PACE
53:03
I can hear.
Charlene Crawford
53:57
I got it
Gale Robinson
54:37
Please mute your device if you are not a speaker. Thank you.
Tiffany Franklin PACE
55:13
Yes!
Deana Kinder
55:18
yes
jackco1
55:20
Yes I can hear you
Patricia Logan
55:22
Yes
Charlene Crawford
55:24
I can hear you
Donna Gaines
55:26
Yes!
Madeline Dunstan
57:10
For registry information or clinic information you are welcome to contact me at Dunstaml@evms.edu
Travonia Brown-Hughes
01:00:11
If you have any questions, please post them in the chat. Thank you.
Tina Thomas
01:08:54
Are there any instances where the Alzheimer's disease has an accelerated disease progression that is not consistent with the 20-year timeline?
Deana Kinder
01:09:55
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Travis Greenman
01:10:54
Do we have any prevention trials going on in Richmond?
Travonia Brown-Hughes
01:11:40
Got both questions will ask
Tina Thomas
01:14:17
Are there any risk factors, trends or data about younger onset persons. For example: athletic verses non-athletic, smokers -v non smokers, urban -v- rural...
Travonia Brown-Hughes
01:16:23
Got it
Tiffany Franklin PACE
01:21:35
That will be wonderful!
Travis Greenman
01:21:43
So, on 11/6 neurologists can test folks and if they are pre-clnical and have biomarkers they can prescribe aducanumab?
Travonia Brown-Hughes
01:23:56
Got it
Youssef Roman
01:24:02
Monoclonoal Anti-bodies are very large to penetrate the brain. Do we know how they get in the brain?
Travonia Brown-Hughes
01:24:24
Got Question
Charlene Crawford
01:25:12
great question!
Nanette Mitchell
01:28:30
what kind of side effects have been encountered?
Travonia Brown-Hughes
01:29:25
Will ask
Tiffany Franklin PACE
01:36:27
That was a very informative clinical presentation!
Donna Gaines
01:36:39
Thank you so much Dr. Okhravi!
Ellen
01:36:49
Are you still accepting people for the AHEAD 3-45 trials?
Marilyn Barton
01:37:24
Are you aware of any Centers such as yours in the Philadelphia, PA area?
Dr. Linda Brown
01:38:01
From: Dr. Linda Brown: Thank you Dr. Okhravi for a an extremely informative presentation and your valuable research.
Charlene Crawford
01:38:34
could I please get slides sent to me PDF PLEASE. charlenecrawford@aol.com. I have had 2 family members recently diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s. I need to pass this info along to my family. thank you so much.
pansyw
01:38:53
One of the best series. This was so informative.
Travis Greenman
01:38:55
So how do you sign up to get in Ahead trial or clarity trial?
Charlene Crawford
01:39:28
this has been a fabulous webinar. I will be sending you more questions in the near future.
Pat
01:39:52
are slides available for this presentation?
ethlyn.gibson@hamptonu.edu
01:40:08
Slides and recordings will be uploaded to the Hampton University Gerontology Center website, we are a bit behind since they are large files. Please give our planning team until November 1, 2020.
Marilyn Barton
01:41:03
How do you gain full cooperation from patients with dementia to participate in trails and adhere to protocols?
ethlyn.gibson@hamptonu.edu
01:41:11
Upcoming Community Program on December 5th sponsored by the Alzheimer's Association with focus on African Americans, please see attached file and sign up.
Charlene Crawford
01:41:25
THANK YOU AGAIN FOR SUCH A GREAT WEBINAR. Very good information provided.
kanishk
01:42:42
@DrOkhravi What"s the role of diet and risk of dementia/alzheimers?
Karen Darner
01:43:06
Thank you. We are asking for research $$$ from Congress and having positive trial outcomes are good to share with money committees. Thank you for this workshop. Hope-full!
Tonya Carr
01:43:13
Thanks Dr. Gibson and all involved with putting on this series. The past 3 weeks have been filled with amazing information and resources!!
Tiffany Franklin PACE
01:44:04
This series has been exceptional. I am looking forward to next year's conference... virtual or in-person.
Charlene Crawford
01:44:33
from Charlene Crawford/WILLOW ESTATES RETIREMENT. 32% of our client population has Alzheimers. Family members come to us on a regular basis wanting more info on the disease...but what you have provided us today...It would be a great place to start for families who want to provide further help for their own loved ones.
Charlene Crawford
01:48:11
thank you Ethlyn, I will most certainly provide them with your contact info. that would be great as well. we have about 7 other large facilities in my area who are Nursing home and Assisted Living Facilities.
ethlyn.gibson@hamptonu.edu
01:49:18
The planning committee thanks everyone for your support of this education session, please complete your evaluation forms, it helps our teams share with our leaders the importance of these community based programs
Charlene Crawford
01:51:19
I will get in touch with our local Licensing agency...and we have a contract with CVS for all our client medications. maybe we all can’t set up a live Training Session here at JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY. hundred of people attend these training sessions...FROM ALL OVER VIRGINIA.
Charlene Crawford
01:51:39
sorry for typos...lol
Travis Greenman
01:52:00
I read about a neonatologist who started working with coconut oil, MCT oil to slow down dementia. Is there anything to that?
Charlene Crawford
01:52:58
can you send me the info on the diets you spoke of?
Charlene Crawford
01:53:37
please forward to charlenecrawford@aol.com
ethlyn.gibson@hamptonu.edu
01:54:15
Please reach out to Madeline Dunstan at EVMS for any information share by the physician: Dunstaml@evms.edu
Charlene Crawford
01:54:26
THANK YOU AGAIN AND I WOULD LOVE A COPY OF THE SLIDES PLEASE.
Madeline Dunstan
01:54:33
MIND diet book available on Amazon.
Deana Kinder
01:54:42
Thank you Dr. Okhravi! Do you have any advice for students who want to get involved in further research in the EVMS area?
Travis Greenman
01:55:32
Huge thank you!
Ellen
01:55:37
Thank you. This was very informative.
kanishk
01:55:39
Another great book to read is "How not to die" by Dr. Michael Greger
Charlene Crawford
01:56:10
👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Deborah Ellis
01:56:10
Excellent presentation, very informational, very promising...Thank You, DE
Kris O’Keefe McCusker
01:56:32
Excellent presentation to those of us who are not scientists!
Annette Clark
01:59:11
Thank you Gino! Way to represent the great work of the Alzheimer's Association.
scobb
02:01:07
Thank you!
Tamaria Moore
02:01:09
Thank you so much!
Deana Kinder
02:01:09
Thank you Everyone!
Charlene Crawford
02:01:19
THANK YOU
Dejah Mason
02:01:34
Thank you all so much!
Tina Thomas
02:01:41
Great job Gino!
Sharon Stroble
02:01:42
Fabulous presentation!
Patricia Logan
02:01:52
Thank You, great information.
Julia Thompson
02:01:56
I want to know more about cognitive impairment with white matter
Steven BROWN
02:02:33
Excellent educational series. Burnette Brown
Tamaria Moore
02:02:54
Love this song
RJefferson
02:03:29
what is the name of this song?
bad68396
02:03:33
I love this song too!
bad68396
02:05:26
You Know my Name by Tasha Cobbs
RJefferson
02:05:55
Thank u!
Gale Robinson
02:06:38
God bless you all!
Kris O’Keefe McCusker
02:06:56
Thank you, Everyone!