UsA2’s Be Brain Powerful Campaign Launches in Switzerland

The Women’s Brain Project (WBP) and the Global Alliance on Women’s Brain Health (GAWBH) launched the Swiss edition of the global Be Brain Powerful® campaign, which promotes the benefits of risk reduction and brain health to women in the fight to prevent, treat, and eventually cure Alzheimer’s as well as raise awareness about all aspects of brain health – from depression to migraine.

Mandy Moore Named Ambassador for Women’s Brain Health Campaign

Mandy Moore, whose character Rebecca on "This is Us" has drawn national attention to Alzheimer’s and dementia, has agreed to be the national ambassador to the Be Brain Powerful® campaign, an effort to empower women to take control of their brain health.

Parade Magazine: Mandy Moore and UsA2 Board Member Greg O'Brien Dig Deep into the Realities of Life With Alzheimer's

Mandy Moore had never heard of mild cognitive impairment (a condition that can lead to Alzheimer’s) when she learned it was her character Rebecca Pearson’s fate in season 5 of This Is Us. Cue the research.

New UsAgainstAlzheimer's Center for Brain Health Equity to Address Disparate Impact of Dementia on Black and Latino Communities

UsAgainstAlzheimer’s Receives $1.5 million CDC Cooperative Agreement to Fund the Development of Data-Based Strategies to Promote Brain Health Equity with the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, National Black Nurses Association, and Alzheimer’s Los Angeles.

Call for a National Alzheimer’s Prevention Goal

Cognitive decline is not inevitable. It is time we aim to prevent it.

Sex Differences in Disorders of the Brain and Heart— A Global Crisis of Multimorbidity and Novel Opportunity

Dr. Jill Goldstein, Dr. Ana Langer, and Jill Lesser have published an article in JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association on on the need to develop initiatives focused on sex/gender differences in major depressive disorder, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and the co-occurrence of these conditions. All of these conditions disproportionately affect women both from a health and economic standpoint.

UsA2’s Be Brain Powerful Campaign Launches in Switzerland

“This is Us” star will be the public face for the Be Brain Powerful® campaign

Mandy Moore and UsA2 Board Member Greg O'Brien in Parade Magazine

The Center for Brain Health Equity

Call for a National Alzheimer’s Prevention Goal

Sex Differences in Disorders of the Brain and Heart

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