From expert to patient

Dr. Tresa Roebuck Spencer spent most of her life as an expert in neuropsychology. A GBM diagnosis in 2020 gave her new POV: as a patient.

A stroke survivor’s story

Dr. Eric Zillmer was an accomplished neuropsychologist when he learned something about himself: He also was a stroke survivor.

Record number of Alzheimer’s drugs in development in 2023

Recent research indicates there are more Alzheimer’s Disease drugs in trial now than ever. That’s good news for patients seeking relief.

The future of Alzheimer’s Disease drugs

There’s a big push for new drugs to treat Alzheimer’s Disease, In this Q&A, Dr. Jeffrey Cummings explains why that’s a good thing.

What to consider after a loved one receives a diagnosis of dementia

Dementia diagnoses can be scary for everyone involved. Here are some things to consider after a loved one gets the news.

Setting the record straight about assessments

Dr. William Perry sets the record straight about the power and value of neurocognitive testing and assessments.

Fox still educating, inspiring about Parkinson’s Disease

30 years after Parkinson’s diagnosis, beloved actor Michael J. Fox continues to educate the public and lead by example.

Understanding Conditions of Aging, Frontotemporal Dementia

Actor Bruce Willis is grappling with a condition called Frontotemporal Dementia. In this Q&A, Dr. Andrew Budson explains what it is.

Pieces of Her

Dementia is difficult for everyone. In this essay, author Alex Woodard describes his family’s unique struggle.

Understanding neuroplasticity and how brains adapt

In this Q&A, a companion piece to Helen Santoro’s feature, Dr. Erin Bigler talks about adaptability and the future of brain science.