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Wes Ashford

Clinical Professor

Stanford University

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Stanford University

857 Serra Street, Suite 210

Stanford, California,94305

United States

Company Description

Stanford University, located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, is one of the world's leading teaching and research universities. Since its opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions to big ch...more

Background Information

Employment History

Physician

VA Medical Center


President

Society for Brain Mapping & Therapeutics


Consultant

Neurotez , Inc.


Clinical Professor (Affiliated)

Dept of Psychiatry, Stanford University


Manager, Geriatric Psychiatry Clinic

UCLA


Affiliations

MedFile.com

Founder


Neurobehavior Clinic

Founding Member


Medafile

Founder


Cognitive Labs

Member, Management Advisory Team


Education

B.S.

UC-Berkeley


B.S.

University of California at Berkeley


BA

University of California , Berkeley


M.D.

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA


M.D.

UCLA-Geffen School of Medicine


Ph.D.

Neuroscience

UCLA


Web References(26 Total References)


SBMT Board Members

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Wes Ashford
Wes Ashford 14th President of SBMT (2016-2017) Director of the WRIISC, VA Palo Alto Health Care System


Management Team

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Dr. Wes Ashford became the chief medical officer of Neurotez in 2007.
Dr. Ashford is Senior Research Scientist at the Stanford / VA Alzheimer Center. He is involved in the coordination of several clinical trials sponsored by the NIH and corporations. He previously served as the Lead Investigator in the PET scan project and the first double-blind study of a cholinesterase inhibitor to treat Alzheimer's Disease among others. Dr. Ashford is leading an international group of scientists to advocate for wide-spread screening for dementia and Alzheimer's disease. He has been developing dementia measurement tools and screening tests that can be used for early detection of this prevalent condition and applied to the rapid and precise assessment of the efficacy of experimental treatments. Prior to joining Stanford/ VA in 2003, he served as faculty at Southern Illinois University, the University of California, Davis, and the University of Kentucky, reaching the rank of tenured Associate Professor. He also directed the Geriatric Psychiatry Clinic at UCLA between 1980 and 1985 and the Lexington VAMC Memory Disorders Clinic. His seminal work includes application of the basic physical principle of Relative-Time to dementia severity measurement, extended to the fields of Alzheimer's disease and genetics. In addition, he originally proposed the now widely accepted theory of neuroplasticity as the vulnerable factor in Alzheimer's disease. In 1989 he conceived the first application of Modern Test Theory in the field of Medicine using Item Characteristic Curve analysis to explain the properties of a cognitive test that has been popular for measuring dementia severity. Earlier, his PhD dissertation was a finalist for the Donald B. Lindsley Prize of the Society for Neuroscience, as the first to show physiologically how the brain uses massive parallel distributed processing to analyze information. Dr. Ashford attended UCLA attaining an M.D. degree, a Ph.D. in Neuroscience and finishing his psychiatry residency. He obtained his BA from the University of California, Berkeley.


Cognitive Labs - Check, Monitor, and Preserve Your Memory and Cognition

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Dr. Wes Ashford is a researcher in memory and the brain at Stanford University and the U.S. V.A. in Palo Alto and one of the leading authorities on Alzheimer's Disease and its causes.
He received his M.D. from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. His publications have appeared in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, JAMA and others.


Black Tie Gala Event | Brass Ring Magazine

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"This year, there has been 320 speakers and 12 keynote speakers who addressed state-of-the-art brain science and technology, and pioneering diagnostics therapeutics for Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, brain and spinal trauma, brain cancer, psychiatric disorders, the Autism spectrum, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder ("PTSD"), as well as all other neurological disorders," said Dr. Wes Ashford, Clinical Professor of Stanford University (affiliated), Director of The War Related Illness & Injury Study Center at the VA Palo Alto HCS and the 14th President of SBMT (2016-17).
Wes Ashford (2016-17 President of SBMT), Michael Roy (2012-13 President of SBMT) and Drs. Nasser Kashou, Ajeet Kaushik, Alexander Stahn are the recipients of Young Investigator award. Gary Small (UCLA), Laligam Sekhar (UW), George Ojemann (UW), Mark Humayun (USC), Wes Ashford (Stanford/VA Palo Alto HCS), Warren Boling (LLU), Kyu Rhee (IBM Watson Health), Dean Yamaguchi (Department of Veterans Affair), and RADM Colin Chinn (Defense Health Agency).


Hollywood Meets Medicine, Science, Art, Technology, and Policy in LA LA Land

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"This year, there are 320 speakers and 12 keynote speakers who will address state-of-the-art brain science and technology, and pioneering diagnostics therapeutics for Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, brain and spinal trauma, brain cancer, psychiatric disorders, the Autism spectrum, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder ("PTSD"), as well as all other neurological disorders," said Dr. Wes Ashford, Clinical Professor of Stanford University (affiliated), Director of The War Related Illness & Injury Study Center at the VA Palo Alto HCS and the 14th President of SBMT (2016-17).
Wes Ashford (2016-17 President of SBMT), Michael Roy (2012-13 President of SBMT) and Drs. Nasser Kashou, Ajeet Kaushik, Alexander Stahn are the recipients of Young Investigator award. Gary Small (UCLA), Laligam Sekhar (UW), George Ojemann (UW), Mark Humayun (USC), Wes Ashford (Stanford/VA Palo Alto HCS), Warren Boling (LLU), Kyu Rhee (IBM Watson Health), Dean Yamaguchi (Department of Veterans Affair), and RADM Colin Chinn (Defense Health Agency).


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