Authors: Sharon Salt, Editor
Catch up on our daily update from Day 2 here.
Catch up on our daily update from Day 3 here.
Catch up on our daily update from Day 4 here.
Interesting fact of the day
This year at the conference, we have the highest percentage of women attending AAIC to date, with a recorded total of 52.8% of over 5,600 participants! #AAIC18
Pick of the posters
- Carbo AM, Rock A, Doyle K, Avrumson R, Riordan HJ, Cutler NR. An evaluation of individual subject eligibility reviews to ensure enrolment of high quality appropriate subjects in mild Alzheimer’s disease (AD) trials.
- Boublay N, Bouet R, Dorey J-M et al. Brain volume predicts behavioral and psychological symptoms in Alzheimer’s disease.
- Milanini B, Samboju V, Cobigo Y, Paul R, Allen I, Valcour V. Cognitive and brain volumetric changes to distinguish Alzheimer’s disease from HIV encephalopathy in HIV over age 60 years.
- Matthews DC, Andrews RD, Lukic AS et al. MRI classifiers characterize mild traumatic brain injury in symptomatic and presymptomatic stages and differentiate from Alzheimer’s disease related impairment.
Today at our booth
Today the Exhibit Hall opened here at McCormick Place in Chicago (IL, USA). We were set up and ready to go, with lots of prizes to be won by delegates and attendees on our wheel of fortune! If you missed it, make sure to come by tomorrow for a chance to win our treats or tote bags when you sign up for free!
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Best of social media #AAIC18
This week, more than 5,600 leaders in dementia research from all over the world are in Chicago for
#AAIC18. Follow along for breaking research news and a behind-the-scenes look at science in action! http://alz.org/AAIC #ENDALZ
— Alzheimer’s Association (@alzassociation) 22 July 2018
Great welcoming from
@alzassociation. The super inspiring Maria Carillo just shared w/ us that this year we have the highest % of women attending AAIC to date: 52%. Well done #womeninscience! I’m still curious about % of speakers though. #AAIC18 #womeninSTEM
— Isabel Castanho (@isabelscst) 22 July 2018