Neuroscience Research Lectures to Tackle Depression, Aging and ADHD
Release Date: 08-01-2007
Contact: University Communications Staff
Phone: (802) 656-2005 FAX: (802) 656-3203
The Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit’s 2007 summer lecture series begins Monday, August 6. This summer’s three lectures, which are free and open to the public, cover topics including depression, aging and adult ADHD. Each lecture will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Hotel Conference Center in South Burlington.
Lecture information follows:
- Monday, August 6, “Depression: What Is It? Who Gets It? How To Get Help.” Dr. Terry Rabinowitz, associate professor of psychiatry, will talk about high-risk groups, how depression is diagnosed, and what can be done to treat this serious but often ignored condition.
- Monday, August 13, “Normal Aging - Inevitable but Modifiable.” Dr. William W. Pendlebury, medical director of the Memory Center, will discuss the biology of the aging process, as well as approaches to ensure healthy and successful aging.
- Monday, August 20, “Adult ADHD: Do I Have It and How Can I Manage It?” Dr. Alexandra Potter, research assistant professor, will provide current information on the diagnosis and management of adult ADHD.
More information: (802) 847-9488.