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ABC News-(KGO-TV in San Francisco): "Innovative camera that could help Alzheimer's patients"

Currently funded LLHF grantee, Katherine Possin, PhD, from the UCSF Memory & Aging Center, discusses this device and its potential.

In an interview with ABC (KGO) News, Inventor Gordon Bell, an engineer from Microsoft explains how a device that he has been wearing for the past ten years called the "Sense-Cam" could impact Alzheimer's patients.  Katherine Possin, PhD, one of the LLHF's current multi-year fellowship grantees from the UCSF Memory & Aging Center, also discusses her research in the footage and how the  "Sense-Cam" is an important tool that could definitely impact Alzheimer's research.

Watch the ABC online interview with Bell and Possin

Watch Dr. Possin's presentation at Microsoft Research

Find out more about the UCSF Memory and Aging Center

 


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