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Tomorrow's Breakthroughs Today: Dr. Kristine Yaffe

Dr. Yaffe is interviewed by Dr. Howard Fillit, the Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer of Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation (ADDF), about newly released results from the Yaffe Group's dementia prevention trial, as well as her internationally recognized research on dementia risk reduction.


Epidemiology of Cognitive Aging: Why Observational Studies Still Matter​

The 2021 Robert S. Gordon, Jr. Lecture winner, Dr. Kristine Yaffe, highlights how epidemiological studies can advance the field by generating hypotheses, applying innovative methods across the life course, and investigating populations often not included in trials.


United States Department of Health and Human Services' 2020 Alzheimer's Council Meeting​

Dr. Yaffe joins an esteemed panel of scientists to present lessons from epidemiology on understanding current rates of dementia, future trends, and potential preventative strategies.


Hearing of the Senate Special Committee on Aging​

Dr. Kristine Yaffe presents at the March 29, 2017, Senate Special Committee on Aging hearing titled, "The Arc of Alzheimer's: From Preventing Cognitive Decline in Americans to Assuring Quality Care for those Living with the Disease."


Women #ENDALZ: Kristine Yaffe, MD

Dr. Kristine Yaffe discusses her journey to becoming a prominent Alzheimer’s researcher.



2015 National Academy of Medicine Conference​

Dr. Yaffe weaves the public health perspective into the conversation about cognitive aging and modifiable risk factors.


UCSF's Mini Medical School for the Public Series

Dr. Kristine Yaffe joins a group of UCSF clinicians to discuss aging and the brain.


Dementia Awareness Week 2013​

Dr. Kristine Yaffe speaks at a seminar held at Parliament House in Sydney. Dementia Awareness Week is the national flagship week for Alzheimer's Australia's community awareness activities each year.


2012 Alzheimer's Association International Conference​

Dr. Yaffe explains a recent study that shows a relationship between sleep disturbances and cognitive decline in older age.



2011 Alzheimer's Association International Conference​

MedPage Today highlights Dr. Kristine Yaffe's press briefing about her study, showing how older Veterans who had suffered a traumatic brain injury were twice as likely to have a subsequent diagnosis of dementia as Veterans without a history of such injuries.