Terrence Casey, Message Development Specialist; Healthy Brain Research Network

Terrence Casey is Project Coordinator on the UPenn PRC's Healthy Brain Research Network.  Mr. Casey joined the Penn Memory Center in 2015. As Social Media and Communications Coordinator, he manages content for Penn Memory Center and the NIA-funded Alzheimer's Disease Center's Outreach and Recruitment Core; the CDC-funded Healthy Brain Research Network Center; and the Neurodegenerative Disease Ethics and Policy Program. Terrence has a decade of experience as a journalist in the Philadelphia and State College regions. He graduated from Penn State University with a B.A. in journalism.

Casey is also the editor of makingsenseofalzheimers.org, a creative space for understanding the past, present and future of Alzheimer's disease. Making Sense of Alzheimer's is an evolving forum for conversation about the disease. Its collection of ideas captures the many dimensions of Alzheimer's, through the perspective of caregivers, patients, artists, researchers and clinicians. Utilizing multi-media formats such as slideshows, video, and audio clips, along with written stories, the site explores the changing understanding of what Alzheimer's is and how this affects our ethics and ideas of personhood.