Kaitlin Casaletto is a neuropsychologist and assistant professor at UCSF Memory and Aging Center where she studies the effects of regular physical and mental activity on brain health, particularly among those with a predisposition to develop frontotemporal dementia.
Question Answered By Kaitlin Casalletto
"Is FTD a hereditary disease?"
"What do we have control over when it comes to dementia?"
"What does it look like for FTD to evolve in the brain?"
"How does FTD inhibit patients?"
"How many fronto-temporal lobe cases are associated with a genetic link?"
"What are the most common genes that determine a genetic link to fronto-temporal lobe dementia?"