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Alzheimer's Therapeutic Research Institute Jul 14
Maria Carrillo- “This disease is relentless. But SO. ARE. WE.”
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CrystalMGlover, PhD Jul 16
So excited! Realness! And, I am on time!
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Shane Liddelow Jul 16
LA street burrito... delicious... was it the best choice right before my Plenary? Come and find out! "Reactive astrocytes and LA street food" starting at 1030.
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Abdul Hye Jul 17
Our NfL work presented at in LA mentioned in the NY Times. 👍😀
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Nick Corriveau-Lecavalier Jun 28
Program is out! 🤓. If you’d like to hear about the “Inverse U-Shape” hypothesis between fMRI activation and neurodegeneration in prodromal AD, search for my poster on the app and add it to your agenda! Please RT so my poster session doesn’t get too boring 😊
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Cerise Elliott Jul 16
Love seeing taking over a conference.
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Keir Yong Jul 23
Back from - I feel privileged to have presented PCA research as part of an amazing featured research symposium, including work enabled by on nature of balance disturbances experienced by participants with PCA and memory-led AD
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Sarah Lenz Lock Jul 15
⁩ is excited to be presenting the Global Council on Brain Health’s Lifestyle Recommendations for Adults 50+ on Tuesday! Lifestyle can still lower dementia risk even if you have high genetic risk, study suggests - CNN.
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Ríona Mc Ardle Mar 26
So excited to attend and present my PhD findings. Especially delighted to have been selected for an oral presentation at the Technology and Dementia preconference - going to be talking about the use of in diagnosis and disease management.
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Rich Jones Jul 18
Fah Vasunilashorn is presenting the latest results concerning markers of inflammation as shared risk factors for delirium and long-term cognitive decline (3 years!) among surgical patients. Inflammation seems important.
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Raina Jul 15
Come learn about Black health in the Pacific Northwest poster #497
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Oanh Meyer Jul 16
“Who we study and why we study them matters”
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The NIDUS Study Jul 17
Huge thank you to Quincy Samus for chairing our featured research session on developing new ways of working with family carers, home carers and people living with dementia to promote independence at home
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Jessica Osuna Jul 17
Excited to discuss our awesome findings today at . We found older adults with objectively-defined subtle cognitive decline (Obj-SCD) exhibit hyperperfusion in the hippocampus relative to cognitively normal and MCI groups. Come chat with me from 1-2pm to find out more!
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Ríona Mc Ardle Jul 13
Happy to have had the opportunity to present some results from and in subtypes at Tech day - the environment in which you assess gait may tell you different things, and we need to better understand what this means for clinical use
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Alessandra C Martini Jul 16
By starting his plenary thanking his collaborators, and addressing the trainees in the audience throughout his talk, gave a live class of how things can (or should) be 👌🏼 terrific, terrific presentation!
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Mychael Lourenco Jul 16
What an amazing talk by earlier today! Inspiring science and message, and well deserved recognition! There’s still much we need to know about astrocytes...
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Renaud La Joie Jul 18
Final talk! Omonigho Bubu used NACC data to look at sleep & biomarkers. Bottom line of this slide is that the laaaarge majority of biomarker data is only available in non Hispanic whites. Almost impossible to test biomarker relationships in other racial groups. 🤕😒😠
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Consuelo H. Wilkins Jul 17
Really great to be at and present our abstract on racial and ethnic differences in amyloid PET. The Study includes one of the largest # of minorities (1800+) to have amyloid PET.
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Maree McCabe Jul 18
Dr Sudha Seshardri research shows steps per day can be as effective at preserving brain volume as vigorous physical activity
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