The Nutrition for Dementia Prevention working group was formed in 2020 by an international group of experts to address the following paradox: observational studies reveal
Diabetes Brain Program
- In this program we study how obesity and diabetes affect the brain, and explore nutritional and lifestyle interventions to counteract the effect of diabetes and obesity on cognition.
- This program helps fill a research gap by studying the effects of diabetes and obesity on Los Angeles Latinx population.
- The project takes advantage of the resources, population and expertise of the Roybal Dementia Program led by Dr. Yassine at the Roybal Comprehensive Healthcare Clinic in East Los Angeles in collaboration with the USC Alzheimer Disease Research Center at Keck School of Medicine led by Dr. Helena Chui. This clinic is run by the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (DHS) and serves a predominantly Latinx population.
Sex‐Related Differences in Cognitive Trajectories in Older Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes and Overweight or Obesity
Abstract INTRODUCTION: It is unknown whether rates of cognitive decline differ between older women and men with type 2 diabetes (T2D) and overweight or obesity.
Sex-Related Differences in Brain Volumes and Cerebral Blood Flow Among Overweight and Obese Adults With Type 2 Diabetes
Abstract Background: Sex may be an important modifier of brain health in response to risk factors. We compared brain structure and function of older overweight and
In this systematic review published in Alzheimer’s & Dementia, we make the case that glucagon-like peptide 1 receptor agonists have beneficial effects on the brain,