Scott Roberts, PhD

Scott Roberts, PhD, associate professor in the department of health behavior and health education at University of Michigan School of Public Health, in Ann Arbor. He is codirector of the Dual-Degree Program in Public Health and Genetic Counseling and director of the Genomics, Health and Society Program at the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine. He is co-principal investigator of the REVEAL Study, an NIH-funded clinical trial of a genetic risk-assessment program for people with mild cognitive impairment. http://HBHEGenetics.sph.umich.edu

Memory

When It’s More Than a “Senior Moment”—The Mild Memory Disorder You Can Fight

We all know the embarrassment of losing our train of thought in the middle of a sentence or forgetting the…