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Recently, according to the San Antonio Business Journal, University of Texas at San Antonio’s dean of the College of the Sciences George Perry has been named one of the world’s top 10 Alzheimer’s researchers.
In Aging with Dignity, researchers take us into some of higher education’s most innovative laboratories, where scientists and clinicians are tracking the intricacies of aging bodies and minds. Can we slow the crippling disabilities of age? Cure or better manage the cruel losses of Alzheimer’s and other dementias? Patients and family members with little time and lingering hopes talk about a future facing a huge generation of baby boomers and those who will care for them.
In this interview, Dr. Roger Rosenberg discusses his research at UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas and how they hope to slow the aging process long enough to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.