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Events

Jan 19
Jan 19

Summer Song: The Music of Dave Brubeck

9:30 am11:00 am
Jan 19
Jan 19

Our Endangered Oceans

11:15 am12:45 pm
Jan 19
Jan 19

The Best Short Stories of O. Henry

11:15 am12:45 pm
Jan 19
Jan 19

The Origin and Evolution of Life on Earth: Part 5

1:30 pm3:00 pm
Jan 19
Jan 19

Road Trips & Recipes USA: Part 2 of 3

1:30 pm3:00 pm
Jan 19
Jan 19

Travel SIG

3:15 pm4:15 pm
Jan 20
Jan 20

Irish Culture and Literature

9:30 am11:00 am
Jan 20
Jan 20

America in the Gilded Age

9:30 am11:00 am
Jan 20
Jan 20

Thoreau's Walden

9:30 am11:00 am
Jan 20
Jan 20

Waves

11:15 am12:45 pm
Jan 20
Jan 20

Contemporary Events

11:15 am12:45 pm
Jan 20
Jan 20

Discussing The New Yorker Magazine

1:30 pm3:00 pm
Jan 20
Jan 20

Selected Topics on the Human Brain: Part 2

1:30 pm3:00 pm
Jan 20
Jan 20

Council Meeting - Osher

This event has a video call. Join: https://meet.google.com/jes-ebqg-pkr
3:15 pm4:30 pm
Jan 21
Jan 21

The Hebrew Bible ("Old Testament"): How It Came to Be

9:30 am11:00 am
Jan 21
Jan 21

Johannes Brahms: His Life and His Music

9:30 am11:30 am
Jan 21
Jan 21

Pfauder Lecture: Prevention Studies in Alzheimer's Disease

AntonPorsteinsson, M.D.Director of theUniversity of Rochester Alzheimer's Disease Care, Research and EducationProgram (AD-CARE).Alzheimer's diseaseremains one of the most important medical conditions for which there is notreatment. Among the top ten causes of death, Alzheimer's disease is the onlyone that cannot be prevented, cured, or even slowed. To change this,researchers are conducting clinical trials to find new treatments. These trialsneed to study large numbers of individuals and follow participants over longperiods of time.  TRC-PAD study is short for the "Trial-Ready Cohortfor the Prevention of Alzheimer's Dementia". The purpose of the TRC-PADstudy is to find many people (also called a "cohort") who areinterested in participating in clinical trials aimed at discovering treatmentsthat will reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's dementia. TRC-PAD will helpresearchers enroll participants into these trials quickly to allow new treatmentsto be discovered as soon as possible.The TRC-PAD study is forindividuals, age 50 and older, who may be at increased risk for memory losscaused by Alzheimer's disease. To join the TRC-PAD study, you first need to beinvited to complete an in-person TRC-PAD visit. If you are interested in beingselected for the TRC-PAD study, you should first enroll in the APT Web study (https://www.aptwebstudy.org/welcome). Members of the Alzheimer Prevention Trials (APT) Webstudy complete online questionnaires and memory tests. The results of thesetests will identify individuals as being eligible for an in-person TRC-PADvisit.    
Location: Zoom
12:15 pm1:30 pm
Jan 21
Jan 21

Good Golly! It’s Bolly!: Tribute to Irfan Khan & Rishi Kapoor

1:45 pm3:45 pm
Jan 21
Jan 21

Cosas Fascinantes de Paises Hispanohablantes

1:45 pm3:45 pm
Jan 21
Jan 21

Demystifying Artificial Intelligence

1:45 pm3:45 pm

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