Latest news from AAIC 2013

15 July 2013 - This week we will be bringing you all of the latest news from the Alzheimer's Association International Conference, currently taking place in Boston, USA.

Wednesday 17 July

“Developing Topics” at AAIC 2013 Show Cutting Edge Brain Imaging Techniques, Reveal Problems with Screening and Misdiagnosis

Subjective Cognitive Decline May Be the Earliest Clinical Indicator of Alzheimer’s Disease

New Research Advances From the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference® 2013

People with Early-Stage Alzheimer’s Mentor Medical Students to Increase Knowledge and Reduce Stigma

Tuesday 16 July

Additional Results from Phase 3 Trial of IVIG in Alzheimer's Reported at Alzheimer's Association International Conference

Updated Model of Alzheimer’s Disease Biomarker Sequence Supported and Refined with Clinical Evidence

Monday 15 July

Cancer and Chemotherapy Linked with Decreased Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease in Veterans

Alzheimer's Association® and the CDC Release New Road Map for Addressing Cognitive Health as a Public Health Issue

Three Researchers Receive Lifetime Achievement Awards at Alzheimer’s Association International Conference®

Most Online Tests for Alzheimer’s Disease Fail on Scientific Validity, Reliability and Ethical Factors

Sunday 14 July

Alzheimer's Association Chapters Collaborate with Medical Centers and Health Systems to Increase Early Detection, Service Use and Decrease Costs

New Alzheimer's Therapy Targets and Approaches Reported at Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2013 Use and Decrease Costs

Two Leading Alzheimer's Disease Scientists Honored with Lifetime Achievement Awards at Alzheimer's Association International Conference® 2013

Inaugural Jerome H. Stone Philanthropy Award for Alzheimer's Research Presented to Zenith Society

Friday 12 July

Vitality and Diversity of Boston-Based Alzheimer's Disease Research Highlighted at Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2013

Big Data From Alzheimer's Disease Whole Genome Sequencing Will Be Available to Researchers Due to Novel Global Research Database