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overview Zoe Arvanitakis, MD, MS, is the Acting Chairperson of the Department of Neurological Sciences, at the Rush Medical College of Rush University. She is the Medical Director of the Rush Memory Clinic, at the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center. A Professor of Neurological Sciences, she is a board-certified neurologist (certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, with re-certification) and subspecialist in cognitive neurology and dementia, with fellowship training from the Mayo Clinic. She has more than two decades of clinical experience in cognitive clinical care, research, and education. The Rush Memory Clinic, under the leadership of Arvanitakis, provides expert subspecialty clinical care to improve the overall health and well-being of older adults with memory and cognitive-behavioral changes through expert diagnosis, care planning, and opportunities for research participation. Arvanitakis is recognized as an effective and energetic educator who teaches at the medical school and within Rush, as well as at national conferences and meetings, and has received an award from Rush for her excellence in mentoring. Arvanitakis is also an academic clinical neuroscientist with expertise in biomedical research, with a Master of Science (MS) in Clinical Research, and subspecialization in epidemiology. Arvanitakis is Principal Investigator of research grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), including investigator-initiated grants (R01s), and is Principal Investigator of clinical trials and co-investigator on several other NIH-funded and additional projects. Arvanitakis has published original research in peer-reviewed medical journals in the field of neurodegenerative, vascular, and metabolic cognitive impairment and dementia, including publications on the topics of Alzheimer’s disease and mechanisms of dementia. In addition to her many publications, Arvanitakis has also co-edited a medical textbook. Her collaborative research leverages clinical, laboratory, neuroimaging and other data, and human biospecimens, from several large, epidemiologic, longitudinal, clinical-pathologic cohort studies of aging at the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center. She serves on numerous national and international funding agency, scientific journal, and meeting abstract review panels. She is a member of the NIH Neurological, Aging and Musculoskeletal Epidemiology (NAME) study section. Arvanitakis is internationally recognized scientific speaker in the field of neurologic aging and dementia. She is a past chair of the Geriatric Neurology Section of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), the largest professional organization of neurologists in the world. Arvanitakis is an elected Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology (FAAN) and an elected Fellow of the American Neurological Association (FANA). My Scopus ID is 6603251223. My NIH COMMONS name is ZARVANITAKIS.

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Concept Dementia
Concept Frontotemporal Dementia
Concept AIDS Dementia Complex
Concept Dementia, Vascular
Academic Article Cerebral amyloid angiopathy pathology and cognitive domains in older persons.
Academic Article Mixed pathology is more likely in black than white decedents with Alzheimer dementia.
Academic Article Relation of cerebral vessel disease to Alzheimer's disease dementia and cognitive function in elderly people: a cross-sectional study.
Academic Article Selected findings from the Religious Orders Study and Rush Memory and Aging Project.
Academic Article Microinfarct pathology, dementia, and cognitive systems.
Academic Article Mixed brain pathologies account for most dementia cases in community-dwelling older persons.
Academic Article Antiphospholipid antibodies, brain infarcts, and cognitive and motor decline in aging (ABICMA): design of a community-based, longitudinal, clinical-pathological study.
Academic Article Neuropathology of older persons without cognitive impairment from two community-based studies.
Academic Article Diabetes and function in different cognitive systems in older individuals without dementia.
Academic Article Pathology and temporal onset of visual hallucinations, misperceptions and family misidentification distinguishes dementia with Lewy bodies from Alzheimer's disease.
Academic Article Lower extremity motor function and disability in mild cognitive impairment.
Academic Article Similar subcortical pattern of cognitive impairment in AIDS patients with and without dementia.
Academic Article Focal degenerative dementia syndromes.
Academic Article Update on frontotemporal dementia.
Academic Article Diabetes mellitus, dementia, and cognitive function in older persons.
Academic Article Family history of dementia is a risk factor for Lewy body disease.
Academic Article Recent advances in the understanding of tau protein and movement disorders.
Academic Article Dementia with Lewy bodies: current concepts.
Academic Article Clinical-pathologic study of biomarkers in FTDP-17 (PPND family with N279K tau mutation).
Academic Article [Fronto-temporal dementia: a clinical approach].
Academic Article Different patterns of magnetic resonance imaging atrophy for frontotemporal lobar degeneration syndromes.
Academic Article Parkinsonian signs in subjects with mild cognitive impairment.
Academic Article Association of Cancer History with Alzheimer's Disease Dementia and Neuropathology.
Academic Article Memory complaints, dementia, and neuropathology in older blacks and whites.

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