The program is focused on the four themes or "tracks" below. The program includes a keynote address. Invited speakers will present an overview of the theme, followed by related topics, all of which have been chosen from submitted abstracts that relate to one of the four themes.
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: LARS NYBERG, UMEA UNIVERSITY
Successful Memory and Aging – What is the Evidence?
Carol Barnes, University of Arizona
Animal & Human Models of Neurocognitive Aging
Thad Polk, University of Michigan
Dedifferentiation of Brain Structure and Function with Age
Brad Dickerson, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard University
The Healthy Brain in Transition to Disease
Mara Mather, University of Southern California
Angela Gutchess, Brandeis University
The Social and Emotional Underpinnings of Neurocognitive Aging