UC Memory Disorders Center | UC Neuroscience Institute | UC Health - The Memory Disorders Center employs the latest technologies and therapies to diagnose and treat hundreds of adult patients from across the Greater Cincinnati region each year. Our physicians are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and non-Alzheimer’s dementia, including impairment resulting from cerebrovascular disease and hydrocephalus.

  • About the Memory Disorders Center | UC Memory Disorders Center - The Memory Disorders Center was launched in 2008 with support from the Sandy and Bob Heimann Chair in Research and Education of Alzheimer's Disease. Since
  • Understanding Memory Disorders | UC Memory Disorders Center - Memory disorders are disorders of cognition, the ability to reason, remember, make decisions and communicate. Our team has in-depth experience treating a wide
  • Diagnostic Tests | UC Memory Disorders Center - Diagnostic evaluation for people having memory difficulties or other cognitive complaints may differ from person to person. A careful history and thorough
  • Treatments | UC Memory Disorders Center - Treatment Options Treatments for memory disorders vary widely from person to person and are determined by an individual patient’s diagnosis. Treatments at the
  • Can dementia be prevented? | UC Memory Disorders Center - Can dementia be prevented? Researchers have explored that question with a number of studies relating to diet, physical exercise, intellectual activity and social engagement.
  • Autoimmune Encephalopathy | UC Memory Disorders Center - Autoimmune encephalopathy refers to cognitive impairment that is thought to be caused by overactivity of the immune system.
  • Dementia | UC Memory Disorders Center - What is dementia? Dementia is a term that describes cognitive impairment severe enough to impair a person’s ability to perform his or her daily activities. In
  • Frontotemporal Dementia | UC Memory Disorders Center - Frontotemporal dementia (FTD), or frontotemporal degeneration, is an uncommon neurodegenerative disease characterized by behavioral and language disturbances.
  • Lewy Body Dementia | UC Memory Disorders Center - What is Lewy body dementia (LBD)? LBD is a progressive, neurodegenerative form of cognitive change. The hallmark of the disease is the presence of Lewy
  • mild cognitive impairment | UC Memory Disorders Center - Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is an intermediate state between normal thinking and memory (cognition) and dementia.
  • Primary Progressive Aphasia | UC Memory Disorders Center - Primary progressive aphasia (PPA) is a language disorder that is considered one of the clinical subtypes of frontotemporal dementia.
  • Vascular Cognitive Impairment (VCI) | UC Memory Disorders Center - Vascular cognitive impairment (VCI) is if a form of dementia that is believed to be caused by damaged blood vessels in the brain, or cerebrovascular disease.
  • Our Team | UC Memory Disorders Center - Addressing memory disorders requires a comprehensive spectrum of services. The Memory Disorders Center team at the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute is made up
  • Research | UC Memory Disorders Center - The Memory Disorders Center at the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute is committed to advancing treatments that offer the best possible
  • For Patients & Their Caregivers | UC Memory Disorders Center - The UC Memory Disorders Center is committed to providing our patients and their caregivers, family and friends with compassionate service and understanding to
  • Resources & Links | UC Memory Disorders Center - Alzheimer's Association » Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio » Ohio Geriatrics Society » Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration » National
  • Locations & Directions | UC Memory Disorders Center - Outpatient Facilities Cincinnati (Central) UC Health Physicians Office Building, Main Campus 222 Piedmont Avenue Suite 3200 Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
  • Overnight Stays | UC Memory Disorders Center - The Patient Relations Department at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center (UCMC) provides information on overnight accommodations if you should need to
  • Practicing Good Sleep Hygiene | UC Memory Disorders Center - Good sleep hygiene is an important component of good health, according to Jennifer Rose Molano, MD, a neurologist and sleep medicine specialist with the UC
  • For Physicians | UC Memory Disorders Center - Referrals The UC Memory Disorders Center accepts referrals from around the United States and the world. To make a referral, please contact us directly at
  • Giving | UC Memory Disorders Center - Donations are an important source of funding for the Memory Disorders Center at the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute. They help support patient care and
  • Contact | UC Memory Disorders Center - Thank you for your interest in the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute. Please use one of the following methods to contact us. General information: Phone: (866)
  • In the News | UC Memory Disorders Center - UC Health neurologist Alberto Espay, MD, MSc, talks about potential links between repeated head injury and Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
  • UCNI Weekly Blog | UC Memory Disorders Center - Healthy aging, compassionate care, the need for new treatments, and the preventative power of diet and exercise were the subjects of the Forget-Me-Not Salon.
  • Couple Surprised with President’s Award for Excellence | UC Memory Disorders Center - Interim President Beverly J. Davenport presented the President’s Award for Excellence to Peggy and Gary Johns, longtime members of the UC family.
  • UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute Named in Honor of Gardner Family | UC Memory Disorders Center - James and Joan Gardner in 2007. Photo by UC Academic Health Center Communications Services. Contact: Caitlin Whitehurst (513) 556-4395 caitlin
  • New Home Planned for University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute | UC Memory Disorders Center - Multi-million dollar fundraising campaign underway for new first-class facility, programming upgrades

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