The Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer's Disease Center (CNADC) is a multidisciplinary organization dedicated to conducting research to discover how the brain coordinates mental functions such as memory, language, attention, and emotion; transferring the benefits of this research to patients with brain diseases that impair cognitive function; and training researchers and clinicians who want to work in this field. The CNADC's mission is to investigate the neurological basis of cognitive function, to elucidate causes of dementia, and to ensure that the patients and their families are the beneficiaries of resultant discoveries. * Clinical Services: Neurobehavior and Memory Health Clinical Services * Annual Grant Opportunities: Annual Core Pilot Project Funding Opportunities * Research Areas & Faculty: Alzheimer's Disease / Primary Progressive Aphasia / Frontal Dementia, Brain Endowment (Brains are permanently stored, and requests for tissue for research purposes are submitted to Dr. Bigio for review by the Northwestern Alzheimer's Disease Center); Cognitive Brain Mapping Group, Volunteer For A Study * Fellowships: Neuropathology Fellowship, Behavioral Neurology & Neuropsychiatry Fellowship * Training Programs: Mechanisms of Aging and Dementia (M.A.D.) Training Program; Training Program in the Neuroscience of Human Cognition
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