Kramer Featured Scientist at Congressional Reception

Beckman Institute faculty member Art Kramer will be one of the nationally prominent cognitive aging researchers taking part in today's Foundation for the National Institutes of Health-sponsored Congressional Reception at the Rayburn House Building in Washington D.C.

The Congressional Reception, titled "Meet the Nations Leading Scientists in Cognitive Aging and Health" will feature leading researchers meeting and discussing issues of cognitive aging with Senators and Congress members. Kramer, Co-chair of the Human-Computer Intelligent Interaction research initiative and Director of the Biomedical Imaging Center at Beckman, testified before a United States Senate Subcommittee holding hearings on Alzheimers disease earlier this year.