Many of you may be aware of the impact that The Colorado University (CU) Anschutz Medical Campus is making in research on Alzheimer’s disease. Colorado is very lucky to have this organization in Colorado and to have researcher Huntington Potter, PhD. working and pursuing his research at this location.

“The Colorado University (CU) Anschutz Medical Campus serves 4,500 students in more than 40 highly rated degree programs across six schools and colleges, supported by $500 million in research awards in fiscal 2018 – creating an overall economic impact to the state of Colorado of $5.8 billion, on par with the Colorado ski industry …” but for older adults in Colorado, one of the most impactful people out of the University is Dr. Potter – actually Huntington Potter, PhD.

The group also produces podcast interviews under the topic CU Anschutz 360. Below is a link to a CU Anschutz 360 podcast interview with Huntington Potter, PhD. In conjunction with September’s World Alzheimer’s Month, CU Anschutz 360 interviewed Dr. Potter about Alzheimer’s research and progress being made toward possible treatments. In the interview, Dr Potter talked about The Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center which he directs. This center is now one of the major Alzheimer’s research centers in the country. Links are shown below.

Read more and listen to the online Podcast – CLICK HERE

The Rocky Mountain Alzheimer’s Disease Center – CLICK HERE

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Source: CU Anschutz Today, September 2019