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Memory Sunday Acknowledges Terrible Loss with Hope for the Future

Jun. 8, 2021—For Release Time June 8, 2021 Memory Sunday Acknowledges Terrible Loss with Hope for the Future Faith leaders rally to increase awareness in the community hardest hit by Alzheimer’s disease Nashville, TN— June 8, 2021 — Sunday June 13th is a national observance known as Memory Sunday, when African American faith leaders use the power...

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Find Your Impact: Diversity in Chemistry Professor’s Lab Creates Opportunity, Explores Clues to Alzheimer’s

Jun. 4, 2020—Dr. Renã Robinson was featured in the June 3, 2020 edition of MyVU for her research in the field of Alzheimer’s Disease. Click below to watch the full interview. Diversity in chemistry professor’s lab creates opportunity, explores clues to Alzheimer’s

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Who’s Hit Hardest By COVID-19? Why Obesity, Stress And Race All Matter

Apr. 20, 2020—Read NPR correspondent Allison Aubrey’s article on risk factors impacting the disproportionate affect of COVID-19 in communities of color.

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Dr. Renã Robinson shares thoughts on Disparities during COVID-19

Apr. 14, 2020—Dr. Renã Robinson shares her thoughts on disparities among African Americans during COVID-19 on News Channel 5. Check out the full interview at:  

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Dr. Renã Robinson Chats with Joe Madison on SiriusXM

Apr. 9, 2020—“Why are African American’s at a Higher Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease?” Listen to Dr. Robinson’s interview on the Joe Madison Show.

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