ARPF Hosts Dr. Elissa Epel at Brain Longevity® Training
TUCSON, Ariz., Aug. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/– The Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation (ARPF) announced today that Elissa Epel, Ph.D of the University of California San Francisco is giving the keynote address at their second annual Brain Longevity Therapy Training on October 12-14, 2018 in Washington, DC. Dr. Epel is an esteemed member of ARPF’s Scientific Advisory Council.
Dr. Epel is the co-author of the NY Times best-seller The Telomere Effect and part of the Nobel Prize winning laboratory at UCSF. Her research aims to uncover and understand the mechanisms of healthy aging, and to apply this science through interventions in order to reach vulnerable populations, notably women.
Dr. Elissa Epel is the Director of the Aging, Metabolism, and Emotions Center, and the Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study, & Treatment (COAST) and Associate Director of the Center for Health and Community. She is involved in NIH initiatives on the role of stress in aging, and on reversibility of early life adversity, and is the President Elect of the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research.
Dr. Epel’s research has been featured in venues such as TEDMED, NBC’s Today Show, CBS’s Morning Show, 60 Minutes, National Public Radio, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Wisdom 2.0, Health 2.0, and in many science documentaries.
She will be addressing participants of the Brain Longevity Therapy Training (BLTT), a research-based certification program on yoga and integrative therapies for brain health and healthy aging. ARPF’s mission for over two decades has been to help promote prevention strategies in the treatment and clinical management of AD. Its founder, Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D. reports that “it is very possible (to prevent AD), but leaders in the health and wellness field must take advantage of this knowledge and put it to use.”
The BLTT is aimed at giving attendees the expertise and tools to thwart the AD epidemic by exploring in great depth the 4 Pillars of Alzheimer’s Prevention®, including the latest in neuroscience, telomeres, and yoga meditation applications to enhance brain health. Attendees will become equipped with practical tools that they can immediately put to use to enhance careers, teachings, practices, and patients’ lives.
The next course is on October 12-14 in Washington, D.C. For more information, click here.
SOURCE: Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation
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Dr. Elissa Epel