Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium Conference

A man wearing glasses points to a computer monitor showing images of brain scans while another man looks on.

Are you interested in learning more about Alzheimer’s disease? Then register for the 2022 Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium Conference, a free event on Sept. 22 that brings together some of the nation’s leading scientists and physicians to discuss advances in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. This year, Arizona State University will host the conference on the Tempe campus.

The Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium is a decades-old statewide collaboration that advances scientific understanding and early detection of Alzheimer’s disease as well as the development of disease-stopping and preventative treatments. ASU is one of the consortium’s seven-member institutions. 

This conference is ideal for students, researchers, caregivers and anyone interested in learning about Alzheimer’s disease.


  • More than 100 interactive scientific presentations with opportunities to individually ask one-on-one questions of research scientists.
  • Ten presentations and Q&A from neurological research leaders, including ASU, Mayo Clinic, Banner Alzheimer’s Institute, Barrow Neurological Institute, TGen, and more!
  • Continental breakfast and lunch provided for registered attendees.
  • Keynote address by Sterling Johnson, the principal investigator for one of the world’s largest and longest-running studies of individuals at risk for Alzheimer’s disease.

Dr. Eric M. Reiman, executive director of the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute, CEO of Banner Research, and Director of the Arizona Alzheimer’s Consortium, will conclude the conference.

Attendance is free but registration is required. We ask all attendees to follow the latest CDC guidelines for COVID-19 safety.

Amanda Goodman
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
The Memorial Union