Jan. 8 — School of Nursing dean serves on expert panel at Alzheimer’s Association event Heather M. Young, founding dean for the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, served as one of four experts who discussed the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on women at the Alzheimer’s Association Alzheimer’s Women’s Initiative Jan. 8 at the California Museum in Sacramento. Heather highlighted the need for additional community resources to support people living with Alzheimer’s disease, along with their caregivers. The event provided an opportunity for Alzheimer’s Association leaders to outline priorities for the 2018 California state legislative session. Liz Hernandez, journalist and TV personality, moderated the panel. Other panelists were Jennifer Kent, director for the California Department of Health Care Services; Pam Montana, an Alzheimer’s Association national early stage adviser; and J. Kaci Fairchild, a professor at Stanford University.