CCANDL Presents at AAIC 2020

This summer, CCANDL presented our research at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC). The conference, which was scheduled to take place in Amsterdam, was reorganized to be online due to COVID-19. Dr. Kimberly Mueller presented her and Cassandra Peters’s work Engagement in social activities is related to connected speech and language outcomes in the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention. On July 28th, Elizabeth Evans’s poster Validation of Connected Speech as a marker for cognitive change in late-middle aged African American Adults at risk For Alzheimer’s Disease was released online.