Dr. Rob Warren and Dr. Jen Manly were interviewed about how education inequities might be related to racial inequities in AD outcomes on The Conversation with Al McFarlane show on KFAI 90.3 FM.
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“We know that people with higher educational attainment have better average outcomes in later-life cognitive functioning and are less likely to have early Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias,” said Chandra Muller, lead investigator on the project and professor of sociology at UT Austin. “What we don’t know yet is how, why, or for whom education protects people. This has made it difficult to design effective early-life interventions.”
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“The opportunity to reconnect with and study the outcomes from these adults who have lived robust and diverse lives for 50 years offers a wealth of information rarely found,” said Warren.