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JPND-funded projects meet at the 2022 mid-term Symposium

On 28 April, The European Joint Programming Initiative on Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND) held its mid-term symposium 2022 in Brussels, Belgium. Leading researchers from 30 JPND supported projects gathered for a one-day international scientific meeting to liaise, network and facilitate knowledge exchange and best practices in the field of neurodegenerative disease research. Presented project topics …

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Registrations are open for the 32nd Alzheimer Europe Conference #32AEC

Alzheimer Europe is delighted to invite you to the 32nd Alzheimer Europe Conference (#32AEC), organised in collaboration with Societatea Română Alzheimer. The in-person conference itself in Bucharest, Romania will take place from 17 to 19 October 2022. This will be a hybrid event, with some carefully selected sessions broadcast for the online audience. The event …

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EU-FINGERS showcased at 31st Alzheimer Europe Conference

The 31st Alzheimer Europe Conference (#31AEC), “Resilience in dementia: Moving beyond the COVID-19 pandemic”, was held online from 29 November to 1 December 2021. Over 600 participants, from 38 countries, attended the conference, which boasted almost 300 speakers sharing their research, projects and experiences in an atmosphere of collaboration and solidarity (160 oral presentations, 137 …

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EU-FINGERS held the 2021 General Assembly e-meeting

On 18 November, the EU-FINGERS Consortium held the 2021 General Assembly (GA) e-meeting, in which all partners of the consortium actively participated. During the e-meeting chaired by Professor Miia Kivipelto, EU-FINGERS partners presented their research progresses, exchange ideas and discussed ways forward. The discussion included findings from the WW-FINGERS SARS-Cov-2 survey, items of scientific dissemination, …

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Prof. Miia Kivipelto is awarded the 2021 Melvin R. Goodes Prize

The Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation (ADDF) has named Professor Miia Kivipelto, Scientific Coordinator of EU-FINGERS, as the recipient of the 2021 Melvin R. Goodes Prize. Introducing the award, Nancy Goodes said, “We are delighted to present this year’s Goodes Prize to Professor Kivipelto, whose monumental work with the FINGER trial has transformed how we view lifestyle interventions …

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EU-FINGERS Advisory Board meets in February and March

EU-FINGERS Consortium, funded by JPND, kicked off in 2020 with the aim of advancing preventive strategies for risk reduction and prevention of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s dementia. An important outcome of this consortium will be the “Multimodal Precision Prevention Toolbox”. This Toolbox will include different tools enabling the next generation of clinical trials, to identify precision prevention …

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The EU-FINGERS Advisory Board kicks off its activities

The EU-FINGERS Advisory Board, composed by persons with interest in or affected by memory disorders, started its activities, by discussing the concepts and terminology of prevention of memory problems and dementia. The Advisory Board discussions help the EU-FINGERS Consortium to improve the way the research activities are conducted and disseminated. Prevention and risk are relatively …

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EU-FINGERS held the 2020 General Assembly e-meeting

On December 14, the EU-FINGERS Consortium held the 2020 General Assembly e-meeting*, in which all partners of the consortium actively participated. During the e-meeting, EU-FINGERS partners presented their research progresses and discussed ways forward. The discussion included the use of digital technologies and e-health solutions as part of EU-FINGERS’ methodology enabling tailored interventions for risk …

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Professor Miia Kivipelto is awarded the 2020 Ryman Prize

The award recognises Professor Kivipelto’s more than 20 years of research into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Professor Kivipelto, Scientific Coordinator of EU-FINGERS, was awarded the prize by the Right Honourable Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand, at a special ceremony in Auckland, New Zealand. Professor Kivipelto …

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