Memory related phenotypes of children with Down Syndrome: potential to predict Alzheimers Disease?
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Dr Esha Massand discusses how studying Down Syndrome can be used to predict Alzheimer's Disease in adults. Esha presents research into the memory of Down Syndrome children, focusing on behaviour, EEG and eye-tracking. Esha also explores the challenges in designing the studies, and analyses the results.
This lecture was part of the 'Progress for children with Down Syndrome: Health and education' event at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 20th November 2015
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