Jill Goldman, Genetic Counselor from Columbia University, and Dr. Ted Huey, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology at Columbia University, will be speaking.
Jill S Goldman, MS, MPhil, will talk about the genetics of FTD and about a program called “A Friend for Rachel”, an innovative project that pairs future healthcare professionals with people diagnosed with dementia with the goal of changing perspective and reducing stigma.
Dr. Huey’s will talk about new developments in the field, his research has focused on patients with frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD) and related disorders.
The event begins at 7pm. The Summit is at 261 Summit Street, Plantsville, CT 06479
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This event is part of the AFTD’s Food for Thought nationwide awareness campaign.