Padmaja Genesh is the Learning Specialist for the Alzheimer Society of Calgary. On top of her research, Padmaja is an educator. Throughout the year, she facilitates professional training sessions and also delivers educational presentations throughout the community.
It can be overwhelming to stay on top of all the ongoing research in the area of Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia.
Learning Specialist, Padmaja Genesh, removes the guesswork and provides a monthly update on all of the noteworthy information regarding dementia. Below you'll find some highlights from recent months.
All of the updates are available to download on the right side of the screen.
- Anti-Amyloid antibodies clear brain amyloid, would they improve cognition?
- Exercise and Brain Health Activities Are Associated with a Slower Rate of Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD)
- The Role that Fragmented Sleep Plays in Cognition
- Vascular Dysfunction Taxes Cognition, but Not Via Amyloid, AD
- Seaweed-based Therapy Approved in China for Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s, 1st New Treatment in 16 Years
- Biogen to Seek Approval of Aducanumab for Early Alzheimer’s based on New Analysis of Trials
- Nuplazid Significantly Delays Relapses in Dementia-related Psychosis, Phase 3 Study Shows
- Longitudinal Blood Pressure Changes, Starting at Midlife, May Indicate Need for Earlier Treatment of Cognitive Decline
- ApoE4 and Tau in Alzheimer’s: Worse than We Thought? Especially in Women
- Childhood Cognitive Ability May Predict Cognition at Age 70
- Income Fluctuations in Early Adulthood May Impair Brain Aging in Midlife, Study Finds
- Alzheimer’s Vaccine Found Safe, Effective in Patients with Mild Forms of the Disease, Phase 2 Study Finds
- Phase 3 Trial Suggests Pimavanserin Assuages Psychosis in Dementia
- Bryostatin-1 Fails to Ease Dementia in Moderate-to-Severe Alzheimer’s Patients in Phase 2 Trial
- End of the BACE Inhibitors? Elenbecestat Trials Halted Amid Safety Concerns
- ADvance II Study Testing Deep Brain Stimulation in Mild Alzheimer’s Started, Enrollment Ongoing
- Diet Directly Affects Gut Bacteria and May Contribute to Alzheimer’s Progression, Pilot Study Suggests
Visit our video library to learn more and see Padmaja discuss several hot topics.
April 1 / 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.Understanding Dementia And Brain HealthGlamorgan Community Association (4207 41 Ave SW)