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The role of Genetics/Epigenetics in the Relationship between Nutrition and Cognitive Aging

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The role of Genetics/Epigenetics in the Relationship between Nutrition and Cognitive Aging

Summer Self-Care Series

Join Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Institute and University of Illinois Extension for a series on improving a variety of programs on self-care. Pick and choose programs based on interest.

All sessions offered 12:00 p.m. to 1 p.m. CDT. Please make adjustments to participate in your time zone.

Register here to receive Zoom link to the webinar: http://go.illinois.edu/selfcare

July 21
The role of Genetics/Epigenetics in the Relationship between Nutrition and Cognitive Aging- The genes you inherit influence almost every aspect of your health and wellness. But, did you know that you could modify this effect with what you eat? Join neuroscience researcher Mickeal Key for a presentation that will focus on (1) How one of the primary risk factors for cognitive decline, ApoE, is related to cognitive function in older adults and how nutrition might be used as an intervention tool and (2) The relationship between nutrition and epigenetics and its effect on cognitive aging.

CEUS and CPDUs available!
CEU's available through the Continuing Education Institute of Illinois - If you would like to purchase CEUs for each session, please register and pay for CEU's at this link: https://geroed.networkofcare4elearning.org/

These sessions are FREE, but registration is required.

If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in any of these programs, please contact Chelsey Byers at clbyers@illinois.edu. Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time for meeting your access needs.

Register here to receive Zoom link to webinar: http://go.illinois.edu/selfcare

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