Lectures and seminars Center for Alzheimer Research: Opponent lecture with Kristen Zuloaga, Albany Medical College

24-04-2024 2:00 pm Add to iCal
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Please join the Center for Alzheimer Research for a lecture in our series "Opponent lectures".

Dr. Kristen Zuloaga, Albany Medical College, USA. Photo: Private.

In connection with PhD student María Latorre Leal's dissertation, we invite you to an open opponent lecture:

Wednesday April 24 at 2.00 pm - please note the change of time!

Kristen Zuloaga, Albany Medical College (USA)

“Sex differences in vascular and metabolic contributions to dementia” 

Dr. Kristen Zuloaga is an Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics at Albany Medical College.

She serves on Scientific Advisory Board for the Albert Institute on White Matter and Cognition, editorial boards for Alzheimer’s & Dementia and Biology of Sex Differences, and is standing member of the Chronic Dysfunction and Integrative Neurodegeneration (CDIN) study section. Dr. Zuloaga’s current research program is focused on determining how sex, aging, and sex hormones influence vascular and metabolic contributions to dementia.  Her lab is currently funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), BrightFocus, American Heart Association and Alzheimer’s Association.


Please join us on Zoom:



Daniel Ferreira Padilla Principal Researcher