This year’s WRAP Info Sessions are offered virtually. We encourage you to view video messages from our investigators describing recent WRAP discoveries, ongoing studies, and updates in global Alzheimer’s disease research.
WRAP Info Sessions 2020 | Part 1: Overview | Sterling Johnson, PhD
WRAP Info Sessions 2020 | Part 2: The Evolving Definition of Alzheimer’s Disease | Nate Chin, MD
WRAP Info Sessions 2020 | Part 3: Recent Advances in Alzheimer’s Research | Sterling Johnson, PhD
WRAP Info Sessions 2020 | Part 4.1 Discoveries: PET Imaging and Biomarkers | Tobey Betthauser, PhD
WRAP Info Sessions 2020 | Part 4.2 Lifestyle, Neighborhood, & Gut Microbiome | Barbara Bendlin, PhD
WRAP Info Sessions 2020 | Part 4.3 Discoveries: Cognitive Aging | Rebecca Koscik, PhD
Info Sessions 4.4 Discoveries: Disparities & African American Participation | Gina Green-Harris, MBA
WRAP Info Sessions 2020 | Part 4.5: WRAP Discoveries in Physical Activity | Ozioma Okonkwo, PhD
WRAP Info Sessions 2020 | Part 5: Our Next Steps for WRAP Research | Sterling Johnson, PhD*
*Video Part 5 mentions biomarker visits. For more information on participating in biomarker visits, watch this short video series from the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center.
WRAP Info Sessions 2020 | Part 6: Frequently Asked Questions – Kimberly Mueller, PhD
We encourage you to submit questions for our scientists and staff. All submissions will be moderated before being posted, which may delay a response. Message board rules:
- Do not use your full name. Instead, use a screen name that offers anonymity. Good Examples are Guest, Jon123, ClassicCarLover4. Bad Examples are Petruskovich1958 or JohnFromWatertown
- Before posting, please check if your question has already been posted and answered. If you later think of a related question, you can attach it to your post by using the “reply” button.
- Please refrain from asking for personal medical advice. We will not publish comments including any personal information.
- You are not required to list your email address. Listing the email address will allow us to notify you when your question is answered, but is not mandatory. Addresses will not be published, and WRAP will not store any email addresses submitted.
- WRAP staff will review each question before it is made public. We reserve the right to not accept submissions, but we hope this will be rare. If you choose to leave your email address, we can contact you if your question needs to be changed to comply with the rules.
- Please stay civil. Do not include profanity, rude comments, or references to violence or self-harm in your question.