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Matthew Cohen and Peter MacArthur Discuss Dementia and Current Research 

Matthew Cohen, Associate Director of the Delaware Center for Cognitive Aging Research, speaks with WDEL host Peter MacArthur

Promoting Brain Health

Delaware Center for Cognitive Aging Research brings brain wellness workshop to the community

Researching Compound to Combat Aging-Related Diseases

Christopher Martens investigates compound’s role in delaying mild cognitive disorder and dementia

Early Career Researcher Award

Curtis Johnson honored by Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials

Supporting Independence Against Alzheimer’s Disease

Alyssa Lanzi, Research Assistant Professor for the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, received $870,225 as part of a Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award from the National Institute on Aging

Interview with Dr. Matthew Cohen of University of Delaware

My training and experience as a clinical neuropsychologist taught me that unobservable and subjective health states are very important, despite being “in your head.”

Understanding the Plight of Caregivers in Clinical Research

Research shows that the best way to incorporate the voice of caregivers is to ensure they have a role from the start—perhaps through focus groups, cognitive interviewing, or task analysis—when studies are being designed, says Dr. Lanzi.