Bring healthy brain aging to your community!
Whether you are a community member, leader, or organizer interested in sharing brain health education to those in your community, we offer several ways to assist you!
Through community partnerships, training programs, events, and more, we aim to provide research opportunities and education to groups who are underrepresented in medicine and research due to racial identity and economic status.
We provide and attend virtual and in-person events in the Philadelphia community. Our goal is to educate underrepresented communities on healthy brain aging. This includes education on how healthy eating habits, exercise, and social factors that contribute to brain health. Additionally, we discuss the signs and differences between mild cognitive impairment, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease.
If our work interests your organization, reach out PMC Outreach Coordinator Morgann Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org or 267-277-3105.
Learn more about what we do below.
How we’re addressing underrepresentation in research
Become a community partner or research ambassador
Get involved in training programs
Join our efforts
If you have questions or want to be involved with PMC Outreach Coordinator Morgann Adams, reach her at email@example.com or 267-277-3105.