Complimentary webinar for Health Professionals
Registrations have now closed for our complimentary webinar on Cognitive Health Through the Ages: Research Insights & Clinical Conversations. A recording will be made available online after the event.
Wednesday 6th April 2022
6 – 7:15pm AEST
Please check with your professional association for eligibility for CPE/CPD points.
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Gerald Quigley is a Community Pharmacist and Master Herbalist with skills in the integration of complementary medicines with prescribed medicines. Gerald is a health commentator in Melbourne, where he discusses health options and gives guidance in health decisions. He is often sought for comment on news channels and is a regular host on House of Wellness radio across Australia each Sunday morning, as well as a regular weekly guest on House of Wellness Television on the Seven Network, and is a contributor to a wide variety of health and pharmacy publications.
Matthew Pase is an Associate Professor at the Turner Institute at Monash University and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. He completed his Ph.D. on vascular contributions to cognitive aging before undertaking postdoctoral training at the Framingham Heart Study and Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Pase’s research uses large cohort studies to advanced understanding of modifiable risk and protective factors for dementia, particularly with respect to vascular risk factors, sleep, and diet. He is also involved in the validation of non-invasive biomarkers for vascular cognitive impairment and dementia.
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