Monday Feb 04, 2019
AMDA On-The-Go | Personalized music listening for assisted living residents with dementia
Winston Liu, BS, Duke Univ.
Winston Liu, BS is an MD/PhD student at the Duke University School of Medicine. He graduated from the University of Maryland in 2015 with a degree in bioengineering. He recently joined the Bohórquez Laboratory for his PhD training, and he is dissecting a neural circuit that transduces sensory cues from gut luminal microbes to brain areas that control behavior. During his first two years of medical school, he helped to develop a personalized music listening program for assisted living residents with dementia. Winston aims to become an independent physician-scientist focused on the interactions between our mind and other organ systems.
- Kelly Murphy MD, Winston Liu BS, et al, "Implementation of personalized music listening for assisted living residents with dementia", Geriatric Nursing, 2018
- Cohen, Dan MSW "More Music, Fewer Meds", AMDA 2016 Conference
- American Music Therapy Association
- Linda Gerdner, Stanford geriatric education center
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