Wine for the Mind 2011 photo

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Wine for the Mind 2011 photo



Wine for the Mind 2011 Photos

Wine for the MIND – Saving Memories with Style attracted over 300 guests who enjoyed food, wine and fashion, all related to Alzheimer’s.  It was a fantastic event, chaired by Jacqueline DuPont and a committee of dedicated volunteers.   Below are a selection of the photos – click on the thumbnails to see the photos and cycle through them. more >



Wine for the Mind – Saving Memories with Style


This event was a success!  Watch this space for further announcements about supporting research at UCI MIND.

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UCI MIND Seminar with Dr. Eric Reiman

Ending Alzheimer’s Together

Eric M. Reiman, M.D.
Banner Alzheimer’s Institute and Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium

Tuesday, January 18, 2011 - 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Reiman will show how he and his colleagues have used brain imaging techniques to track Alzheimer’s disease decades before the onset of symptoms.  Also, he will describe their developing plan to find demonstrably effective Alzheimer’s prevention therapies as soon as possible. more >



UCI MIND video

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to watch a short introductory video about UCI MIND.

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Wine for the Mind

Thank you for your support! Wine for the MIND – Saving Memories with Style was a success for UCI MIND! more >



ADRC Conference 2010

Friday saw the 2010 ADRC Conference.  Click here for the details. more >



Message from the Director

Thank you for visiting the webpage of The Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders. Your visit indicates a desire to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease and I hope you find this site useful and that it provides the information you are seeking. more >



Welcome to UCI MIND

The Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders (UCI MIND) at the University of California, Irvine is internationally recognized for its research accomplishments in disorders of the brain, particularly those that are age-related. The Institute is UCI’s center for aging and dementia research, with our faculty seeking to understand the causes leading to neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, frontotemporal dementia, Lewy body dementia, and Huntington’s disease. more >