AAIC® Neuroscience Next | April 22-25, 2024 | Virtual Conference — Free of Charge

AAIC Neuroscience Next is a global, no-cost conference that aims to support and showcase the next generation of Alzheimer’s and dementia researchers and clinicians. The program is presented in a "hybrid hub" format that connects both global and local communities.

Be Part of What's Next in Neuroscience

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Hear global perspectives through a virtual scientific program broadcast live from hybrid hubs around the world.

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Gain knowledge on topics spanning the breadth of neuroscience research, including Alzheimer's and dementia.

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Advance your career with access to networking and award opportunities.

About AAIC Neuroscience Next


  • April 22-25, 2024
  • Virtual, no-cost conference

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Register for access to all of the virtual sessions.

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Conference Program

Explore the scientific program, featuring presentations from hybrid hubs across the globe.

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Scientific Program Committee

The Scientific Program Committee is committed to developing the most relevant and innovative content for AAIC Neuroscience Next. Committee members lead programming for their respective hybrid hubs. Each hub has one mid- or senior-career researcher lead and one early-career researcher lead.

  • Brazil
    Giovanna Carello-Collar
    Eduardo Zimmer
  • San Francisco, U.S.
    Shea Andrews
    Alexander Ehrenberg
    Lea Grinberg
    Kristine Yaffe
  • Ireland
    Francesca Farina
    Agustín Ibáñez
  • Ethiopia
    Abebaw Nigussie
    Yared Zewde
  • Serbia
    Olga Dubljevic
    Elka Stefanova
  • India
    Suvarna Alladi
    Keerthana BS
  • Chicago, U.S.
    Emily Rogalski
    Kaitlin Seibert
    Joel Voss


Companies interested in sponsoring AAIC Neuroscience Next can contact Tommy Morris, Senior Director of Corporate Initiatives, at tomorris@alz.org.


Go Beyond the Conference

Stay connected with other AAIC Neuroscience Next attendees and grow your professional network. Join ISTAART to collaborate year-round with a global community of scientists, clinicians and dementia professionals who are working to advance Alzheimer’s and dementia research and treatment. ISTAART membership is free for students and individuals located in low- and middle-income countries.


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