Jun 15th, 2020 by theneuralnetwork
Many of you are studying for exams – or if you’re lucky, you’re done. Regardless, I’m sure you appreciate your capacity to remember things. People with Alzheimer’s disease are not as fortunate – particularly when it comes to their ability to retain recent information. In this episode of The Neural Network, Dr. Francisco Ponce and I discuss the novel phase III clinical trial, where stimulating brain electrodes are used to improve cognition in Alzheimer’s Disease.
Guest: Dr. Francisco Ponce MD, Director of Barrow Center for Neuromodulation, Barrow Neurological Institue
Host: Pardis Zarifkar
For more information on Dr. Ponce's work: https://www.barrowneuro.org/get-to-know-barrow/person/francisco-ponce-md/
Photo credit: Barrow Neurological Institute
Alzheimers San Diego: https://www.alzsd.org/