Video: New Memory Keepers MDT Location Designed for Collaboration and Community Engagement

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Andrew Ranallo, Communications and Marketing Manager
January 26, 2018

In a new video, Dr. Neil Henderson, Executive Director of the Memory Keepers Medical Discovery Team, talks about the team's new space in Duluth and how its design fosters interdisciplinary collaboration and community engagement.

The University of Minnesota's Memory Keepers Medical Discovery Team is focused on brain health disparities in tribal and rural communities. The team will work to preserve brain health by the improved understanding of dementia and diabetes as an interactive syndemic. 

Watch the video on the University of Minnesota Medical School's YouTube channel, or learn more about the Memory Keepers Medical Discovery Team by visiting


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