Clinical studies are the primary way that researchers/scientists/physicians find out if a promising treatment is safe and effective for patients or if some treatments are more effective than others.
2023 ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE FACTS AND FIGURES
The Patient Journey In An Era Of New Treatments (report and image courtesy of Alzheimer's Association ®)Special Report
Winter 2023 Newsletter
The Easton Center’s Winter 2023 Newsletter highlights the celebration of the 2022 Turken Research Award event and a clinical investigation studying the risk of vascular brain injury in dementia called the MarkVCID.Read the Articles
Congratulations to Dr. Eleanor Hayes-Larson, epidemiologist and postdoctoral fellow at UCLA, for receiving the 2022 Turken Research Award! Left photo: Dr. Keith Vossel and Ms. Beth Devermont, the Sam and Ida Turken Charitable Foundation President, presented this prestigious award with over 30 years of legacy to Dr. Hayes-Larson. Right photo: Ms. Heather Cooper Ortner (President and CEO of Alzheimer's Los Angeles), Dr. Keith Vossel, Dr. Eleanor Hayes-Larson, and Dr. Elizabeth Rose Mayeda.
Easton Center members were proud to support Alzheimer's Los Angeles’ 2nd Annual Making Memories Festival on Sunday, November 13, 2022.
Dr. Vossel received the Michael M. Minchin, Jr., President, J.D. French Alzheimer’s Foundation Endowed Chair Award. Deeply grateful to the Minchin Family and French Foundation.
The UCLA Easton Center Team joined the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Santa Monica on Sunday, Oct 23, 2022, to provide information and show support to the many families and caregivers affected by Alzheimer’s disease.
Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month
Dr. Vossel's exclusive interview with Alex Cohen about Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month on Spectrum News 1 SoCal Inside the Issues.Watch the Video
OUR CLINICAL AND RESEARCH TEAM
The Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer’s Research and Care at UCLA (UCLA Easton Center) is committed to equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging, in our research, care, and support of people, families, and communities living with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. Alzheimer’s disease affects our growing aging population, projected to increase exponentially to 13 million in the US by 2050. The Easton Center is fully committed to serving all people, their families, and communities impacted by this disease.