3 Events in 2 Days
13th ANNUAL MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT SYMPOSIUM
The theme of the symposium is “Alzheimer and Non-Alzheimer’s Causes of MCI and Dementia”. In particular, the symposium will focus on:
- non-Alzheimer’s dementias, such as
- Lewy Body Disease
- Fronto-Temporal Dementia, and
- Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy.
THE ANNUAL EARLY ALZHEIMER’S DIAGNOSTIC AND TREATMENT WORKSHOP
Faculty in the workshop will present results from several cross-sectional and longitudinal studies among research cohorts at risk for autosomal dominant or late onset Alzheimer’s disease.
THE ANNUAL ALZHEIMER’S PUBLIC EDUCATIONAL FORUM
The Annual Alzheimer’s Public Educational Forum is intended for at-risk family members, caregivers, the public at large and professionals. This educational segment will focus on “Modifiable and Non-Modifiable Risk Factors for MCI and AD” and will aim to provide information about the latest research in the field.
The focus of this minisymposium will be to provide a better understanding of the biology of a group of non-AD neurodegenerative dementias.
The primary purpose of this mini-symposium is to present the latest classifications of FTD by clinical, imaging, molecular and genetic methods.
John C. Morris, MD, will lecture on Longitudinal Changes in Autosomal Dominant: Implications for Treatment – What Have We Learned?
The primary object of this mini-symposium is to present evolution of different biomarker changes in relationship to the clinical symptoms and the cognitive and functional changes in the disease.
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