Five Questions With: Dr. Peter Snyder

"Although the speed with which the disease progresses tends to be quite variable across individuals, depending on personal backgrounds, medical and social histories, and the presence or absence of various risk factors, the actual complex of symptoms for the disease are quite knowable and predictable. "
Dr. Peter Snyder is chief research officer and senior vice president at Lifespan as well as a professor of neurology at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. He is both organizing and contributing artwork to the forthcoming exhibition “Interstice: Memory, Mind and Alzheimer’s Disease,” which opens on July 16 with a 5:30-7:30 pm…

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