Time and Change: The Ohio State Campaign
Our co-founders, Carol Pfaff, Chad Pfaff and Mick Pfaff were interviewed as part of a video profile that was presented at Time and Change: The Ohio State Campaign. We were honored to tell Barry's story as part of our continuing effort to raise awareness and funding for Lewy body and other dementias.
Chad Pfaff Interview
Our very own Chad Pfaff was interviewed by Joel Riley as part of the Athletes Against Alzheimer's Radiothon on 610 WTVN in Columbus. Chad talked about Barry's journey with Lewy Body dementia and the great care he received from Dr. Douglas Scharre and the team at the OSU Wexner Medical Center. Click below to listen!
Ohio State Designated as 'Lewy Body Dementia Research Center of Excellence'
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is one of 24 academic medical research centers across the United States designated by the Lewy Body Dementia Association as a Research Center of Excellence. The Lewy Body Dementia Association is the leading advocacy group dedicated to raising awareness and advancing research about Lewy body dementia. These Research Centers of Excellence will provide a centralized, coordinated research resource that supports an expanded effort in conducting clinical trials while helping to provide expert clinical care for patients, families and caregivers. Ohio State’s Research Center of Excellence is in the Center for Cognitive and Memory Disorders and the Memory Disorders Clinic led by Dr. Douglas Scharre. The center has a long history of clinical expertise in Lewy body dementia, with specialists in both cognitive neurology and movement disorders.
We congratulate Dr. Scharre and the entire team at the OSU Wexner Medical Center on this outstanding achievement!