Center for Alzheimer Research
The Center for Alzheimer Research is a hub for all research with relevance for Alzheimer's disease and other dementias at Karolinska Institutet. The main goal of our research is to understand the mechanisms behind Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, to be able to prevent, diagnose and treat these disorders. Research at the Center for Alzheimer research is preclinical as well as clinical and integrates work from the molecular level to populations studies.
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News and events
Virtual morning coffee meeting with the Center for Alzheimer Research
Please join the Center for Alzheimer Research for virtual morning coffee meetings with a 15-minute presentation of an ongoing project from a researcher within the center.
Wednesdays at 9 am.
Sex-differences in cognitive aging—which are the key mechanisms?
Welcome to this 3rd online workshop which aims to provide an overview of the potential mechanisms underlying sex-differences in dementia, focusing on the genetic and biological mechanisms. March, 7 at 15:15–17:15.
Imaging Seminar Series
Please join us for our Imaging Seminar Series!
Seminars take place on the last Friday of the month, online via Zoom.
Sex and gender differences in dementia
Center for Alzheimer Research (CAR) has started a working group on sex and gender differences in dementia. The group is led by Shireen Sindi and Daniel Ferreira, assistant professors at the Division of Clinical Geriatrics.
In connection with dissertations within the Center for Alzheimer Research, opponents are invited to give an open lecture presenting their research area.
Opponent lectures will be advertised in the KI Calendar.
Previous events and activities
Historical day for Alzheimer research in Sweden
The 2nd Swedish Meeting for Alzheimer research was held on April 21, 2022, organized by the Center for Alzheimer Research.