Loading the player ...
Jump to: Alzheimer’s in My Family (0:36) | Preventive Measures (4:00) | Promoting Brain Health (6:00) | Early Detection: Would You Want to Know? (6:31) | Einstein Research (10:17)
Einstein On: Alzheimer's disease, Dr. Richard Lipton (3 of 3): Testing for Alzheimer’s diseaseRichard Lipton, M.D., discusses the moral and ethical issues about testing and/or informing patients that they are likely to get Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Lipton is the Edwin S. Lowe Chair at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, vice chair of neurology at Montefiore Medical Center and director of the Einstein Aging Study. This edition of Einstein On, a research and medicine podcast, is hosted by Gordon Earle, associate dean for communications and public affairs at Einstein. (August 15, 2012)
Einstein On: Alzheimer's disease, Dr. Richard Lipton (1 of 3): Advances in Diagnosis & Treatment (13:58)
Einstein On: Alzheimer's disease, Dr. Richard Lipton (2 of 3): Treatments for Alzheimer’s disease (10:55)
Science Talk: Novel Brain Imaging Technique Explains Why Concussions Affect People Differently (2:15)