The UNC Memory Disorders program is dedicated to expanding access to and providing quality care for individuals with memory disorders, and conducting research that will foster more robust diagnostic and therapeutic approaches in the future. The program, directed by Daniel Kaufer, MD, encompasses three interdisciplinary foci: 1) Clinical evaluation and comprehensive management of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, including Mild Cognitive Impairment, Lewy body dementia, and Frontotemporal Dementia/Progressive Aphasia, 2) A research arm including investigator-initiated collaborative research projects in functional and structural brain imaging, biomedical informatics, and experimental therapeutic clinical trials in Alzheimer's disease and Frontotemporal Dementia, among others, and 3) Community educational outreach and physician training programs as part of the Carolina Alzheimer's Network and in conjunction with Alzheimer's North Carolina.
Daniel Kaufer, MD
Associate Professor and Division Chief
This website contains great resources for any individual whose life is being affected in some way by dementia. Whether you are concerned about the health of a loved one, or you are already entering the later stages of the disease, we have a vast array of information here to help you through this process.
Select your specific condition in the navigation bar to the left to access information on your specific disease, which professionals can help, and where to go from here. If you are a caregiver or the loved one of a dementia patient, please see our additional links to the left. They contain excellent resources to help you through this time.
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Memory Disorders Team
Dan Kaufer, MD, Associate Professor and Division Chief
Kirk Wilhelmsen, MD, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Genetics and Neurology
Nansi Greger-Holt, RN, MPH, FNP, Nurse Practitioner
Teri Swezey, PhD, Clinical Research Coordinator