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About the Conference

Dedicated to transforming dementia care for patients and their families, the Biggs Institute in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association presents the 2nd Annual South Texas Alzheimer’s Conference with events for the general public and health care professionals and students to hear the latest discoveries in Alzheimer’s disease from world-renowned experts.

For the Community

The conference begins with a free public event for community members to meet the experts, get connected to clinical trials and local resources and hear a panel discussion on new therapies for Alzheimer’s disease on February 23, 2020 at UT Health San Antonio Holly Auditorium.

For Health Care Professionals and Students

Health care professionals and students are invited to register for a research conference focused on collaboration and discussion on transformational care, research and therapeutics in Alzheimer’s disease beginning with an opening reception on Sunday, February 23 at UT Health San Antonio and continuing February 24-25 at the Briscoe Western Art Museum Jack Guenther Pavilion.

People attending the FY19 Conference Community Event

Conference Events

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South Texas Alzheimer’s Conference Public Event

February 23, 2020 at UT Health San Antonio

Members of the community are welcome to this free public event to have their questions answered by experts in dementia care, be connected to clinical trials and resources and hear a panel discussion with world-renowned experts on new therapies for Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.

Members of the 2019 South Texas ALZ Conference talking around a table

South Texas Alzheimer’s Conference for Health Care Professionals and Students

February, 23, 2020 at UT Health San Antonio
February 24-25, 2020 at the Briscoe Museum Jack Guenther Pavilion

Health care professionals and students are invited to join world-renowned experts for collaboration and discussion on transformational care, research and therapeutics in Alzheimer’s disease.

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