Have you ever gone into a room and then suddenly can’t remember why you’re there? Or you recognize someone’s face but suddenly can’t remember their name? How does one know when these so-called “senior moments” become a greater concern of serious memory loss? Dr. Greg Davis recently spoke with Dr. Greg Jicha, a top Alzheimer's researcher at the UK Sanders Brown Center on Aging about differentiating between normal memory loss with aging versus abnormal or pathologic memory loss. They also discuss a number of volunteer opportunities at Sanders Brown.