Welcome to EU-FINGERS

Precision Prevention of
Alzheimer´s disease and dementia

Francesca Mangialasche @karolinskainst presented a quick-oral presentation on @eufingers at the last @AlzheimerEurope conference #32AEC.

If you were unable to participate, some of the on-demand content is now available including Francesca's video ⤵️
https://eufingers.com/eu-fingers-was-presented-at-the-32aec-conference/

Alzheimer Europe @AlzheimerEurope

Want access to videos from the 32nd @AlzheimerEurope Conference #32AEC? They are now available online (for free)!
https://www.alzheimer-europe.org/news/access-videos-and-poster-presentations-32nd-alzheimer-europe-conference-free

Today, recommendations to help prevent #Alzheimer’s disease are published in @LancetRH_Europe by task force led by @UNIGEnews @Hopitaux_unige and including Alzheimer Europe Executive Director @JeanGeorgesAE

https://www.alzheimer-europe.org/news/recommendations-help-prevent-alzheimers-disease-published-international-task-force-including

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EU-FINGERS

in numbers

11

partners

We represent 11 institutions and organisations who specialise in the field of brain health, innovative interventions for the prevention of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

7

countries

Our research partners operate in 7 European countries, from Finland to Hungary and from Spain to Sweden.

+20

years’ experience

We have more than 20 years’ experience in research, collaborating across the globe in multinational teams rooted in prevention strategies for memory disorders.

EURO-FINGERS is an EU Joint Programme –
Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND) project.

The project is supported through the following funding organisations under the aegis of JPND – www.jpnd.eu: Finland, Academy of Finland; Germany, Federal Ministry of Education and Research; Hungary, National Research, Development and Innovation Office; Luxemburg, National Research Fund; The Netherlands, Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development; Spain, National Institute of Health Carlos III; Sweden, Swedish Research Council.