Each fall, the Memory & Aging Community Advisory Board holds an Annual Dinner to share information about recent research and outreach activities in the community, and to discuss opportunities for new programs. This event brings together Board members and guests from the Greater Baltimore area who have an interest in advocacy and education on topics closely related to memory loss, aging, and dementia. The Annual Dinner provides a setting for attendees to network, explore potential collaborations and outreach opportunities, and learn more about the Board.
For more information about the Annual Dinner, please contact MACAB.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Video recordings from recent MACAB Annual Dinner Meetings (held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic)
2021 Annual Dinner Meeting Presentations and Recordings:
Greetings & Introductions
Jackie Seth, MACAB Chair
Overview of the Hospital at Home Model
Dr. Bruce Leff, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Medicine
Aducanumab: The New Controversial Alzheimer’s Drug
Dr. Esther Oh, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Link to 2021 Annual Dinner recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTEeVcAT_6c
Call to Action
Ernestine Jones-Jolivet, Board Development Chair, Memory & Aging Community Advisory Board