The Outreach, Recruitment, and Engagement Core of the Goizueta Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC) is responsible for providing information and outreach opportunities that inform individuals about normal aging and Alzheimer’s disease. This team of experts collaborates with stakeholders from the public and private sector to increase awareness on the causes, diagnosis, treatment,and prevention of Alzheimer’s. A strong emphasis is placed on conducting programs and services that facilitate research participation. These formal and informal networks facilitate the implementation of the Core’s outreach initiatives.

If you are interested in collaborating with the Goizueta ADRC on a community educational event, email Cornelya Dorbin or call her at 404-712-1416.

Go to this link to download the 22nd Brain Health Forum Resource Publication Publication April 2022

To view the program guide from the 2023 SEBDDD, click here.

Goizueta ADRC Events


A Family Affair

This annual fundraiser convenes families touched by Alzheimer's and scientists who battle the disease through research.

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Brain Health Forum

The biannual forum is a strategic health initiative to help patients, families, and health professionals connect with the clinical and research community. The event supports aims to improve the lives of individuals affected by memory impairment.

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BrainTalk Live

The weekly webinar provides educational information on Alzheimer's disease and related dementia, aging, COVID, disease prevention, health promotion, and other topics as indicated by our audience's interests.

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Emory Goizueta ADRC Research Seminars

Monthly research seminars that are open to Emory students, faculty, and researchers.

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Registry for Remembrance

An established community and academic partnership built to better inform individuals, particularly minority elders, about cognitive disorders and the importance of clinical research participation to stop, slow or prevent Alzheimer’s disease.

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