M.D., Ph. D. neurologist at the University of Kentucky Alzheimer’s Disease Center at the   Sanders-Brown Center on Aging.

 As a full-time professor and endowed chair in Alzheimer’s research, Dr. Jicha sees thousands of patients on a yearly basis. He believes that the costs of caring for a growing number of Alzheimer's patients is the biggest threat to the United States, surpassing terrorism and climate change.

Dr. Gregory Jicha discusses attempts to find a therapy for the disease and looks at the promise of AT-001.  

 

Dr. Gregory Jicha's talk on the attempts to find a therapy for the disease and the promise of AT-001:
 
 
Dr. Gregory Jicha's discussion about the latest clinical trials of disease-modifying therapies for degenerative dementias:

 

Dr. Jicha's interview with KET on advances in treating Alzheimer's Disease: