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Down Syndrome Research 101: Exploring Cognitive Impairment





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Published on Nov 1, 2013

On September 7, 2013, NDSS and the Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles co-hosted the Age of Change conference. Over the course of the day-long conference, presenters shared valuable information about a variety of topics relating to aging and Down syndrome.

Dr. William Mobley, MD, is a Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Neurosciences at UCSD. He also serves as Executive Director of UCSD's Down Syndrome Center for Research and Treatment. Through his pioneering research using a mouse model of Down syndrome, he has brought new insights into both Down syndrome and Alzheimer's disease. In this presentation, he discusses the ways in which recent research has paved the way for potential breakthroughs in the treatment both of Alzheimer's disease and of cognitive delays.

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