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PLENARY SESSIONS


SUNDAY, JULY 13: 10:45 - 11:45 a.m.

Bruno Vellas
France
Update on Preclinical and Prevention Trials in Alzheimer's Disease
Session: PL-01-01*

*Presented after the Association Welcome Ceremony.

 

 

MONDAY, JULY 14: 10:30 - 11:45 a.m.

Francine Grodstein
United States
Nutrition and Prevention
Session:
PL-02-01

Wiesje Van der Flier
Netherlands
Predicting Clinical Progression in Subjective Cognitive Decline
Session: PL-02-02

 

 

TUESDAY, JULY 15: 10:30 - 11:45 a.m.

Kenneth Langa
United States
Is the Risk of Alzheimer's Disease Declining? A Review of Evidence From Around the World
Session: PL-03-01

Kári Stefánsson
Iceland
Inge Grundke-Iqbal Lecture for Alzheimer's Research: Four Anecdotes on the Genetics of Alzheimer‘s Disease
Session: PL-03-02

 

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 15: 10:45 - 11:45 a.m.

Rosa Rademakers
United States
Update on C9ORF72 Research in FTLD and ALS
Session: PL-04-01

Brad Boeve
United States
Complexities of Lewy Body Disease
Session: PL-04-02

 

 

THURSDAY, JULY 17: 10:15 - 11:15 a.m.

Colin Masters
Australia
How to Change and Monitor the Rates of Aβ Amyloid Accumulation and Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer's Disease
Session: PL-05-01

Randall Bateman
United States
Human Metabolism and Kinetics of Alzheimer's Disease Proteins
Session: PL-05-02

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUM SESSIONS


 

SUNDAY, JULY 13: 8:30 - 10 a.m.

Is It Only Alzheimer's Disease, and Is That Important?

Session: S1-01
Theme: Diagnosis and Prognosis
Topic: Neuropathology

PRESENTATIONS

SPEAKERS

 

Pathology Underlying Regional Brain Atrophy (S1-01-01)

Deniz Erten-Lyons
Portland VA Medical Center,
United States

Hippocampal Sclerosis of Aging (S1-01-02)

Julie Schneider
Rush University Alzheimer's Disease Center,
United States

Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy and Alzheimer's Disease (S1-01-03)

Steve Greenberg
Massachusetts General Hospital,
United States

Overlapping Proteinopathies in the Elderly and Their Significance (S1-01-04)

Gabor Kovacs
University of Vienna, Austria

 

 

Non-Amyloid Based Therapies

Session: S1-02
Theme: Therapeutics
Topic: Clinical and Preclinical

PRESENTATIONS

SPEAKERS

 

M1 Muscarinic Agonists and a Multipotent Activator of Sigma1/M1 Muscarinic Receptors: Future Therapeutics of Alzheimer's Disease (S1-02-01

To be announced.

Lu AE58054, a 5-HT6 Antagonist for Alzheimer's Disease (S1-02-02)

Eskild Colding-Jørgensen
Lundbeck Research DK,
Denmark

NACHR7 Agonist for Alzheimer's Disease (S1-02-03)

Gerhard Koenig
Envivo Pharmaceuticals, United States

Tau Immunotherapies (S1-02-04)

Einar Sigurdsson
New York University, United States

 

 

MONDAY, JULY 14: 8:30 - 10 a.m.

Long-Term Care: Best Practices for Patients With Dementia

Session: S2-01
Theme: Public Health and Psychosocial
Topic: Psychosocial and Environmental

PRESENTATIONS

SPEAKERS

 

How to Implement Clinical Research in Nursing Homes? (S2-01-01)

Bob Woods
Bangor University, United Kingdom

What Is Evidence for Effective Long-Term Practices? (S2-01-02)

Lynn Chenoweth
University of New South Wales, Australia

How to Optimize Care Plans for Patients in Long-Term Care (S2-01-03)

John Morley
St. Louis University of Medicine, United States

Effective and Ineffective Treatments in Long-Term Care (S2-01-04)

Jiska Cohen-Mansfield
Tel-Aviv University, Israel

 

 

Shared Genetic Risks for Neurodegeneration Across Diseases

Session: S2-02
Theme: Basic and Translational Science
Topic: Genetics

PRESENTATIONS

SPEAKERS

 

Insights into the ALS-FTD Continuum From the Study of C9orf72 (S2-02-01)

Bryan Traynor
National Institutes on Aging, United States

Phagocytosis Pathway of Microglia Linked to Neurodegeneration (S2-02-02)

Harald Neumann
University of Bonn, Germany

Lrrk2 and Parkinson's Disease (S2-02-03)

Andrew Singleton
National Institutes on Aging, United States

Mechanisms of Tau Haplotype Effects on Disease (S2-02-04)

Richard Wade-Martins
Oxford Parkinson's Disease Centre, United Kingdom

TUESDAY, JULY 15: 8:30 - 10 a.m.

Does Dementia Screening Lead to Overdiagnosis or an Opportunity for Early Intervention?

Session: S3-01
Theme: Public Health and Psychosocial
Topic: Health Economics and Policy

PRESENTATIONS

SPEAKERS

 

Screening for Alzheimer Disease in Cognitively Normal Older Adults: Subjective Cognitive Decline vs Informant Report (S3-01-01)

John Morris
Washington University, United States

Screening for Alzheimer's Disease: Why and How? (S3-01-02)

Bruno Dubois
Salpêtrière University Hospital, France

Early Detection of Dementia and the Principles of Screening (S3-01-03)

Carol Brayne
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Impact of Memory Testing in Different Care Settings in Mislabelling of Dementia (S3-01-04)

Larry Chambers
Alzheimer Society Canada, Canada

 

 

Clinical Trials and Frontotemporal Lobar Dementia (FTLD)

Session: S3-02
Theme: Therapeutics
Topic: Clinical

PRESENTATIONS

SPEAKERS

 

Convergence of Cell Autonomous and Non-autonomous Stress Systems on Tau Pathogenesis (S3-02-01)

Chad Dickey
University of San Francisco, United States

Antisense Oligonucleotides as Therapeutic Agents (S3-02-02)

Tim Miller
Washington University, United States

Therapies That Enhance Progranulin Expression (S3-02-03)

Joachim Herz
University of Texas, United States

Mechanisms of Toxicity and Therapeutic Approaches for c9FTD/ALS (S3-02-04)

Leonard Petrucelli
Mayo Clinic, United States

 

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 16: 8:30 - 10 a.m.

Standardization of Biomarkers for Use in Clinical Practice

Session: S4-01
Theme: Diagnosis and Prognosis
Topic: Biomarkers

PRESENTATIONS

SPEAKERS

 

Hippocampal Volume (S4-01-01)

Giovanni Frisoni
IRCCS Fatebenefretelli, Italy

Standardization of Amyloid PET: The Centiloid Project (S4-01-02)

William Klunk
University of Pittsburgh, United States

Fluorodeoxyglucose (18F) PET (S4-01-03)

Satoshi Minoshima
University of Washington, United States

Cerebrospinal Fluid (S4-01-04)

Charlotte Teunissen
VU University Medical Center, Netherlands

 

 

Role of Immune Response/Microglia in Alzheimer's Disease Risk

Session: S4-02
Theme: Basic and Translational Science
Topic: Molecular and Cell Biology

PRESENTATIONS

SPEAKERS

 

Innate Immunity and Regulation of Abeta (S4-02-01)

Michael Heneka
University of Bonn, Germany

Harnessing Innate Immunity to Treat Alzheimer's Disease (S4-02-02)

Terrence Town
University of Southern California, United States

Complement in Alzheimer's Disease: Lessons From C3-Deficient Mice (S4-02-03)

Cynthia Lemere
Brigham and Women's Hospital, United States

Microglial Phenotypes and Aging in Alzheimer's Disease and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases (S4-02-04)

Joseph El Khoury
Massachusetts General Hospital, United States

 

 


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