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The main research interest of Mary M. Machulda, Ph.D., L.P., is the study of cognitive changes associated with aging and different types of dementia. Dr. Machulda is part of two multidisciplinary research teams consisting of members from the Department of Psychiatry and Psychology, the Department of Neurology, the Mayo Clinic Study of Aging, the Aging and Dementia Imaging Laboratory, and the Alzheimer's Disease Research Center.
Dr. Machulda's research will help with understanding the cognitive and brain changes associated with normal aging and early dementia, and with identifying candidates for early medical treatment when effective treatments become available.
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