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Volunteer

The combination of clinical and research projects available at the UCSF Memory and Aging Center can provide meaningful experiences for volunteers.

Our vibrant combination of clinical and research projects can provide meaningful experiences for volunteers. As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of activities and programs while learning more about the neurological functioning of both healthy and ailing people. In addition, students have the opportunity to attend weekly seminars, grand rounds presentations, clinicopathological case conferences, and other research activities.

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Family Advisory Council

To promote ideal family and patient-centered care in dementia, the UCSF Memory and Aging Center has created a Family Advisory Council that provides family caregiver input regarding the delivery of clinical care services.

To promote ideal family and patient-centered care in dementia, the UCSF Memory and Aging Center has created a Family Advisory Council that provides family caregiver input regarding the delivery of clinical care services. Topics may include feedback regarding the existing services as well as ideas regarding new innovative programs under development or raising awareness regarding the priorities or unmet needs of families and patients at the MAC. The council is comprised of family caregivers who care, or have cared, for persons with dementia.

Gallery 190

The Memory and Aging Center has met individuals who never created art before becoming ill and are now making wonderful, intriguing artwork in the face of their illness. When the MAC moved to the UCSF Mission Bay Campus in 2012, we immediately imagined art hanging in the beautiful reception area of Suite 190.

Gallery 190, sponsored by the UCSF Memory and Aging Center (MAC), is located in the Sandler Neurosciences Building on the Mission Bay Campus of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

Hellman Visiting Artist Program

The unique Hellman Visiting Artist Program was created to foster dialogue between scientists, caregivers, patients, clinicians and the public regarding creativity and the brain.

The unique Hellman Visiting Artist Program was created to foster dialogue between scientists, caregivers, patients, clinicians and the public regarding creativity and the brain. Each year, an accomplished artist (visual artist, musician, writer or other creative individual) is invited to visit the Memory and Aging Center to learn about neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal dementia. We encourage a creative exchange between the artist and the researchers, as well as interactions with patients and families who agree to participate.

Meet Us

The UCSF Memory and Aging Center multidisciplinary team is made up of neurologists, neuropsychologists, neuroscientists, speech pathologists, genetic counselors, nurses, pharmacologists, social workers, research coordinators, technologists and administrators.

The UCSF Memory and Aging Center is directed by Dr.

Join Us

The Memory and Aging Center often has employment opportunities available.

The Memory and Aging Center often has job opportunities available. To learn about about open positions, please visit the UCSF Human Resources website and select Search openings. To focus your search, you may wish to type "Memory and Aging Center" in the keyword field of the search criteria. For any positions at UCSF, the first step is to apply online.

Current open positions include:

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