The Memory and Alzheimer's Treatment Center is a collaborative partnership between the departments of psychiatry, neurology, and geriatric medicine that offers comprehensive evaluation and innovative treatment to patients with a range of conditions that affect cognition and memory, including Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, traumatic brain injury, and brain vascular disease.
Conditions that affect cognition and memory including:
Brain Vascular disease (including stroke)
Lewy body disease
Depression related to memory disorder
Other conditions that affect cognition and memory
Research Clinical Trials
Meet the Experts
Meet the team of experts who will work with you throughout your treatment in our center.
Journey to Hope - November 18, 2023
A conference event on the diagnosis and treatment of memory loss as well as tips to manage Alzheimer's disease and its associated behaviors. This event is free and open for all caregivers. Register and join us in-person or virtually.
Dementia Caregiving Conference
Join us June 17, 2023 for a free in-person workshop. This is free for caregivers whose loved ones have been diagnosed with dementia or memory loss.
Fundraising Alzheimers stamp returns October 5, 2020
Kathy Siggins initiated the Alzheimer’s disease semi-postal stamp to raise public awareness and funding for Alzheimer's research. During its two-year release, the US Postal Service has sold 8.2 million stamps raising $1,061,777 million to fund AD research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Thanks again to efforts by Siggins and numerous advocates, the stamp will be re-issued again on October 5, 2020.