Dr. Dale Bredesen maintains an active schedule of professional appearances to share his latest research on Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive decline and to better reach both practitioners and patients around the globe. Selected upcoming events are shown below. If you would like to invite Dr. Bredesen for a speaking engagement or other appearance, please contact media@ahnphealth.com


Dr. Dale Bredesen Presents at IFM’s AIC Conference 2021

Dr. Bredesen will present the results of his proof-of-concept trial, “Precision Medicine for Cognitive Decline: Successful Proof-of-Concept Trial,” with co-authors Dr.’s Kat Toups, Ann Hathaway, and Deborah Gordon at the IFM’s Advancements in Clinical Research and Innovative Practices (AIC) in Functional Medicine conference, which highlights new research in functional medicine and its clinical applications from June 3rd to 5th.

On Saturday, June 5th at 7:00 am PT, Drs. Dale Bredesen, Kat Toups, Ann Hathaway, and Deborah Gordon will make their presentation on the first clinical trial to identify and target the specific drivers of cognitive decline for each patient with a precision medicine protocol, instead of attempting to treat Alzheimer’s or MCI without determining what is causing the cognitive decline.


Dr. Bredesen will make his presentation at the IHCAN 2021 Conference being held in London and virtually on June 26 to 27. The Integrative Healthcare and Applied Nutrition (IHCAN) organization’s summit is designed to provide Complimentary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) practitioners with the most cutting-edge research from some of the biggest speakers in the CAM industry.

Dr. Bredesen’s presentation scheduled for June 26, entitled “Wit’s End: personalized nutrition strategies for Alzheimer’s, the world’s most complex chronic disease,” will explain how Alzheimer’s and cognitive decline are complex issues that need multiple-choice answers, not magic bullets. He will update attendees about his nutrition and functional medicine-based approach that has been clinically proven to reverse cognitive decline and an approach that can easily be applied in an integrative health practice.