Virtual morning coffee meeting with the Center for Alzheimer Research

The Center for Alzheimer Research organize virtual morning coffee meetings on Wednesdays at 9 am with approximately 15 minutes presentations of an ongoing project from a researcher within the center. Welcome!

Hans holding a cup of coffee
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Meetings spring 2024:


January 10 at 9.00 am
Dorota Religa, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"Highlights from important congresses in 2023"

January 17
No morning coffee this week
CAR will be supporting the Symposium “Challenges for implementation of new Alzheimer Disease treatments” 
January 18 - 19, Nobel forum, Karolinska Institutet, Campus Solna. 

January 24
Seminar connected to the Lewy Body day 
Irene Frigerio/Laura Jonkman, UMC Amsterdam
"Synaptic degeneration, alpha-synuclein burden, and axonal damage in Lewy body diseases"

January 31 at 9.00 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences in dementia work group
Anna Brugulat, Barcelonabeta Brain Research Center, Spain
"Pregnancy and CSF biomarkers"


February 7 at 9.00 am
Giulia Grande, Division of Aging Research Center
“Blood biomarkers of Alzheimer´s disease and the incidence of all cause and Alzheimer´s dementia in the community.” 

February 14 at 9.00 am
Giulia Lorenzon, Division of Clinical Geriatrics 
"Distinct grey matter patterns and their determinants in a Swedish birth cohort of septuagenarians" 

February 21 at 9.00 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences in dementia work group
Maria Teresa Ferretti, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"Maximizing utility of neuropsychological measures in sex-specific predictive models of incident Alzheimer's disease" 

February 27
No morning coffee this week.
Winter break


March 6
No morning coffee this week
CAR will be supporting the ADPD Conference in Lisbon, Portugal 

March 13 at 9.00 am
Javier Oltra, Division of Aging Research Center
"Association of load and progression of microvascular lesions and neurodegeneration with olfactory decline" 

March 20 at 9.00 am
Alexa Pichet Binette, Lund University 
"Proteomics to better understand Alzheimer's disease pathology" 

March 27 at 9.00 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences in dementia work group
Aphrodite Demetriou, Division of Neurogeriatrics
"Developing an immunocompetent in vitro 3D brain model of Alzheimer’s disease to study the neuroprotective effects of estrogen" 


April 3
No morning coffee this week
Easter break

April 10 at 9.00 am
Goran Papenberg, Division of Aging Research Center
"Neuroinflammation and cognition in normal aging"

April 17 at 9.00 am
Giusy Pizzirusso, Division of Neurogeriatrics
"Dynamic microglia alterations associate with hippocampal network impairments: a turning point in amyloid pathology progression"

April 24 at 2.00 pm - please note the change of time!
Opponent lecture:
Kristen Zuloaga, Albany Medical College, USA
“Sex differences in vascular and metabolic contributions to dementia”


May 1
No morning coffee this week

May 8 at 9.00 am
Jolien Perneel, VIB-U Antwerp, Belgium
"TMEM106B: friend or foe? From disease and risk modifier to amyloidogenic protein"

May 15 at 9.00 am
Sakura Sakakibara, Division of Aging Research Center (ARC)
"Formal and informal care use before, during, and after detection of cognitive impairment and dementia: a population-based longitudinal study"

May 22 at 9.00 am
Mozhu Ding, Institute of Environmental Medicine, KI
“Use of common cardiovascular disease drugs and risk of dementia: A case-control study in Swedish national register data”

May 29 at 9.00 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences in dementia work group
Jessica Gong, University College, London
"Sex difference in dementia: from traditional risk factors to exposomes"

June 5
No morning coffee - StratNeuro retreat

June 12
No morning coffee - 27th Nordic Congress of Gerontology
Opponent lecture: Anne Simonsen, Oslo University
Information and Zoom-link.
“Linking mitophagy to cellular bioenergetics and disease development” 

June 19
Simone Tambaro, Division of Neurogeriatrics
"Unraveling the Therapeutic Potential of the presenilin-like peptidase SPPL2b in Alzheimer's Disease" 

June 26
Summer vacation
Next morning coffee will be in August/September!


Meeting fall 2023:


September 5 at 2.30 pm. More information.
Wiesje van der Flier, Alzheimer Center Amsterdam.
"Towards personalized medicine for Alzheimer’s disease". 

Note: Zoom link for this seminar:

September 13
No morning coffee. CAR will be at VasCog 2023 in Gothenburg.

September 20
No morning coffee. CAR will be at the Mayo – KI Annual Scientific Research Meeting - Neurodegeneration Session

September 27 at 3.30 pm (please note time!)
Bengt Winblad, Division of Neurogeriatrics 
"Now available immunotherapy treatment for AD"

Milica Kramberger, Division of Neurogeriatrics
"How to diagnose AD patients – are blood biomarkers of help?"


October 4 at 9.00 am
Mariola Zapater Fajari, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"Biomarkers of Alzheimer's and cerebrovascular disease in relation to depressive symptomatology in individuals with subjective cognitive decline" 

October 11 at 9.00 am
Gemma Garcia Lluch, University Cardenal Herrera, Spanien and Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"The link between antidiabetic drugs and Alzheimer´s disease biomarkers" 

October 18 at 9.00 am
Seminarium arranged by the Department of Clinical Neuroscience
Petrénsalen, Nobels väg 12 B, campus Solna. Information.

9.00. Ricardo Bruña:
“How to estimate brain synchronization from neurophysiological data”
10.00. Fernando Maestu:
"Hypersynchronization as a MEG biomarker for tracking AD continuum"

October 25 at 9.00 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences in dementia work group
Emer McGrath, University of Galway
"Reproductive Factors in Women and Risk of Brain Aging and Dementia" 


November 1
No morning coffee - fall break/höstlov

November 8 at 14.00 pm - please note time!
Neuroscience seminar series for doctoral students with Professor Dr. Volker Haucke, FMP, Berlin
“How the presynapse forms and functions” 
Organized by PhD students in neuroscience, with support from the Doctoral Programme in Neuroscience, KI
Campus Solna, Biomedicum, room Eva & George Klein
Information and registration.

November 15 at 9.00 am
Ljerka Delač, Division of Neurogeriatrics 
"Phenotype characterization of APP knock-in mouse model OE CYP46A1" 

November 22 at 9.00 am
Makoto Shimozawa, Division of Neurogeriatrics 
"The role of autophagy in Tau pathology development and spreading"

November 29 at 9.00 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences in dementia work group
Anna Inguanzo Pons, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"Atrophy trajectories in Alzheimer's disease: how sex matters"


December 6 at 9.00 am
Anna Rennie, Division of Clinical Geriatrics 
"The Cholinergic system in dementia with Lewy bodies" 

December 13 at 9.00 am
Martina Valletta, Division of Aging Research Center 
"Blood biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in the community: insights into genetic predisposition, disease burden and inflammation"

December 20 at 9.00 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences in dementia work group
Manasa Shanta Yerramalla, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"Associations between sleep, telomere length and cognition: Findings from FINGER Randomized Controlled Trial: Investigation of sex differences" 

Meetings spring 2023:


January 11 at 9.00 am
Helena Karlström, Division of Neurogeriatrics 
"Immunotherapy for misfolded proteins in the vasculature with the small vessel disease CADASIL as an example”  

January 18 at 9.00 am
Ingrid Ekström, Division of ARC, psychology
“What predicts smell loss in older age? Findings from the SNAC-K population study” 

January 25 at 9.00 am
Erika Laukka, Division of ARC
“Markers of olfactory dysfunction and progression to dementia” 


February 1 at 9.00 am
Federico Tucci, Division of Clinical Geriatrics and Universita´ Sapienza, Italy
“Abnormal reactivity of resting-state EEG alpha rhythms during eyes open in patients with AD and LBD” 

February 8 at 9.00 am
Johan Rehnberg, Division of ARC, Socio-gerontology 
The association between education and cognitive performance varies at different levels of cognitive performance: a quantile regression approach"

February 15 at 9.00 am
Patrizia Mecocci, University of Perugia and Division of Clinical Geriatrics 
"Aging, cellular senescence, and cognitive impairment" 

Hybrid: Erna Möller, Neo

February 22 at 9.00 am
Yuanjing Li, Division of ARC
“Transition in the cognitive continuum from normal cognition to dementia: the interplay of lifelong cognitive reserve with brain aging and genetic predisposition” 


March 1
No morning coffee - winter break

March 7 at 15.15 - 17.15 (Tuesday)
“Sex-differences in cognitive aging—Which are the key mechanisms?” 

Speakers: (1) Rachel F. Buckley, Assistant Prof., Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA; (2) Timothy J. Hohman, Associate Prof, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, USA; and (3) Kristen Zuloaga, Associate Prof, DNET, Albany Medical College, USA. 

March 15 at 9.00 am
Jakob Norgren, Division of Clinical Geriatrics 
“Are APOE4-carriers less adapted to a high carbohydrate diet? Observational analyses on the FINGER sample” 

March 22 at 9.00 am
Caroline Graff, Division of Neurogeriatrics
“Hereditary forms of frontotemporal dementia and new clinical treatment trials"

March 29
No morning coffee - ADPD conference


April 4 at 9.30 am (Tuesday)
Hiroki Sasaguri, Riken Center for Brain Science, Japan
“Generating animal models to defeat Alzheimer's disease - From rodents to primates” 
Gaurav Chopra, Purdue University, USA
“Amyloid β Induces Lipid Droplet-Mediated Microglial Dysfunction in Alzheimer’s Disease”

April 12 at 9.00 am
Emma Custers, Radboud University Medical Center, Donders Institute for Brain Cognition and Behaviour, Nijmegen, The Netherlands 
“The effect of weight loss after bariatric surgery on brain function and structure” 

April 19 at 9.00 am
Marco Bucci, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"Determinants of discordant profiles between Visual Read and Quantification of Amyloid PET images"

April 26 at 9.00 am
Katrine Dahl Bjørnholm, Division of Neurogeriatrics
"Single cell RNA sequencing analysis of cerebral vasculature from mouse models of AD, CADASIL, and TBI"


May 3 at 9.00 am
Hybrid: Campus Solna, Biomedicum, Eva & Georg Klein, floor 3 and online via Zoom.
Followed by coffe and mingle 10.00 - 10.30

Michal Schwartz, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
“From a transformed understanding of brain immunity to immunotherapy to defeat Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia”

May 10 at 9.00 am
Jie Guo, Aging Research Center
"Olfactory function trajectories preceding incident mild cognitive impairment and dementia: the role of brain pathologies"

May 17 at 9.00 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences in dementia work group
Ruth Stephen, Division of Clinical Geriatrics 
"Biomarkers in the FINGER trial – Are there any sex differences?"

May 24 at 9.00 am
Michelle Dunk, Aging Research Center
"The role of lipids in APOE-related dementia risk" 

May 31
No morning coffee - StratNeuro retreat May 29-30.

June 7 at 9.00 am
KI - TOHOKU meeting
Key lecture: Ryuta Kawashima, professor, Tohoku University, Japan
“Cognitive interventions for smart ageing”
Hybrid: Campus Solna, BioClinicum, J3:06 Ulf von Euler och via Zoom

June 14 at 9.00 am
Melinda C. Power, George Washington University
"Epidemiologic methods challenges and solutions in dementia research" 
Hybrid seminar, hosted by ARC. Information and Zoom-link

June 21
No morning coffee, NVS summer lunch


Meetings fall 2022:

September 28 at 9.00 am
Maria Ankarcrona, Division of Neurogeriatrics
”Models for testing small molecules as mitochondrial enhancers in Alzheimer’s disease” 


October 5 at 9.00 am
Xin Xia, Aging Research Center (ARC)
“Orthostatic Hypotension And Dementia: The Role Of Cardiovascular Diseases” 

October 12 at 9.00 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences in dementia work group 
Alexandra Cooper, IMM, Unit of Integrative epidemiology
“Associations between metabolic syndrome and marker of brain pathologies: the role of sex-differences”  

October 19 at 10.00 am
Organized by PhD students at Karolinska Institutet. Information and registration. 
Christian Haass, LMU Munich, Germany
"Alzheimer's disease - from amyloid generation to microglial contributions"

October 26 at 9.00 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences in dementia work group:
Marta Milà Alomà, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain
“Fluid biomarker profiles in preclinical Alzheimer's Disease and sex differences in their diagnostic and prognostic properties”


November 2
No morning coffee - höstlov/fall school holiday

November 9 at 10 am
Organized by ARC, Serhiy Dekhtyar. Information. 
Rachel Whitmer, UC Davis School of Medicine, USA
“Disparities in brain health: What can we learn from life course studies”

November 16 at 9 am
Mozhu Ding, Institute of Environmental Medicine, KI
“Lipid levels in midlife and risk of atrial fibrillation over 30 years”

November 23 at 9 am
Bonnie Y.K. Lam, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
“The burden of cerebral small vessel disease in low- and middle-income countries”

November 30 at 9 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences in dementia work group
Annegret Habich, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
“Sex differences in brain atrophy in dementia with Lewy bodies”


December 7 at 9 am
Clare Tazzeo, Aging Research Center
“Years of life spent with frailty: Secular trends in older Swedish adults”

December 14 at 9 am
Vilma Alanko, Division of Neurogeriatrics
"Feasibility of implementing a multimodal lifestyle intervention in mice to learn about dementia prevention mechanisms"

December 21 at 9 am
Bengt WinbladPer Nilsson and Maria Ankarcrona, Division of Neurogeriatrics
"Report from CTAD 2022 – Positive clinical outcome of Lecanemab immunotherapy and other promising therapeutic approaches for Alzheimer’s"

Previous meetings



January 12 at 9.00 am
Emerald Heiland, Uppsala University
"What is the association between vascular-related brain disease and future walking speed in older adults?“

January 19 at 9.00 am
Abigail Dove, Aging Research Center
“Cardiometabolic disorders, cognitive decline and dementia”

January 26 at 9.00 am
Hosted by Sex and Gender differences CAR working group.  
Silvia Maioli, Division of Neurogeriatrics
“Sex differences in different mouse models of aging and neurodegeneration"


February 2 at 9.00 am
Rosaleena Mohanty, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
“Mapping Alzheimer's disease heterogeneity from in-life to autopsy” 

February 9 at 14.30 - 15.40 please note the time!
Sex/Gender differences in Dementia - Webinar 
Maria Teresa Ferretti, Women's Brain Project, Switzerland.
"The Women’s Brain Project: Bringing Swiss precision to medicine”.
Michelle Mielke, Mayo Clinic, USA
” Considering sex and gender differences in Alzheimer’s disease” 

Zoom for this event:

February 16 at 9.00 am
Luana Naia, Division of Neurogeriatrics
“Trafficking of functional mitochondria via extracellular vesicles in a model of Alzheimer´s disease”

February 23 at 9.00 am
Ruchi Gera, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
“Neuro-immune crosstalk: Cholinergic modulation of immune function in health and disease” 


March 2
No morning coffe - winter break

March 9 at 9.00 am
Pre-ADPD morning coffee
Various speakers

March 16
ADPD - no morning coffee

March 23 at 9.00 am
Giulia Grande, Aging Research Center 
“Air pollution and dementia: exploring the biological underpinnings”

March 30 at 9.00 am
Coffee hosted by the Sex and gender differences CAR working group
Lieza Exalto, UMC Utrecht, The Netherlands
“Vascular cognitive impairment: does sex matter?”


April 6, at 9.00 am
Anna Giani, Department of Medicine, KI
“Aortic valve stenosis, COVID-19 and cognitive impairment: a triplet to keep in mind?”

April 13
No morning coffee - Easter break

April 20, at 9.00 am
No morning coffee - instead 2nd Swedish Meeting for Alzheimer Research 21 April

April 27 at 9.00 am
Coffee hosted by Sex and Gender differences CAR working group
Francesca Eroli, Division of Neurogeriatrics
"Investigation of outcomes related to long term exposure to polypharmacy in a mouse model of Alzheimer´s Disease"


May 4 at 9.00 am
Juan Reyes, Linköping University
“Accumulation, transmission, and clearance of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer's related pathology within the brain and peripheral tissues”

May 11 at 9.00 am 
Maryam Rahmati, Gothenburg University
“Is genetic robustness involved in Alzheimer’s disease?”

May 18 at 9.00 am 
Makrina Daniilidou, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
“Biomarkers of stress, neuroinflammation and synaptic loss in a memory clinic cohort”

May 25 at 9.00 am 
Coffee hosted by Sex and Gender differences CAR working group
Anna Rennie, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
“Introduction to sex and gender differences in Dementia with Lewy bodies”


June 1 at 9.00 am
Igor Camargo Fontana, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
“Assessing reactive astrogliosis in the pre-amyloid phase of Alzheimer's disease”

June 8 at 9.00 am
Sofia Bergström, SciLifeLab, KTH
“Protein profiles in cerebrospinal fluid associated to Alzheimer's disease”

June 15 at 9.00 am
Charlotte Johansson, Division of Neurogeriatrics
“Blood-based clues in presymptomatic Alzheimer disease”

June 22
No morning coffee - NVS Retreat

June  29
Summer break - morning coffee will return in August
Happy Summer!



December 1 at 9.00 am
Linnea Sjöberg, Aging Research Center (ARC)
“The National E-infrastructure for Aging Research (NEAR)” 

December 8 at 9.00 am
Caroline Dartora, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
“Assessment of cognitive decline through brain imaging” 

December 15 at 9.00 am
Soyon Hong, University College London, UK
“More than bystanders, learning how microglia eliminate synapses in the Alzheimer brain”  - Opponent lecture

December 22
No morning coffee


November 3
No morning coffe

November 10 at 9.00 am
Louise Sundberg, Aging Research Center (ARC) 
“Trends in disability-free life expectancy in the aging population of Sweden” 

November 17 at 9.00 am
Xin Xia, Aging Research Center (ARC)
“Ideal cardiovascular health and transitions across cognitive states in older adults” 

November 24 at 9.00 am
Coffee hosted by Sex and Gender differences CAR working group:
Sara Hägg, Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, KI
“Sex differences in biological aging” 


October 6 at 9.00 am
Simone Tambaro, Division of Neurogeriatrics 
“A novel therapeutic target to prevent and counteract neuroinflammation and amyloid-β pathology in Alzheimer's disease” 

October 13 at 9.00 am
Sumonto Mitra, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
“Alzheimer's disease therapy using neurotrophins (NGF, BDNF and GDNF) - An overview” 

October 20 at 9.00 am
Amaia Calderón, Aging Research Center  
“Body mass trajectories and multimorbidity in old age: 12-year results from a population-based study” 

October 27 at 9.00 am
Sex and Gender Differences CAR working group


September 1 at 9.00 am
Sophie Layé, University of Bordeaux.
"Dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids role in mood and cognitive disorders”

September 8 at 9.00 am
CAR working group on Sex and Gender differences in dementia.
Ivan Nalvarte, BioNut.
“Sex hormones, risks and protective factors in AD”

September 15 at 9.00 am
Theofanis Tsevis, Division of Clinical Geriatrics.
"Alcohol and Dementia"

September 22 at 9.00 am
"NVS at the Mayo-KI Annual Meeting - Highlights from the Neurodegeneration session"

September 29 at 9.00 am
Erik Hjorth, Division of Neurogeriatrics. 
"A human microglial model based on monocytes from patient blood"


January 13 at 9.00 am
Linus Jönsson, Division of Neurogeriatrics
What is the value of diagnosing and treating neurodegenerative disease?

20 januari at 9.00 am
Marie Tyrrell
”Voices to remember” (Persons’ and family members’ experiences of living with neurocognitive disorders and related symptoms)

January 27 at 9.00 am 
International speaker: Geert Jan Biessels, UMC Utrecht
“Imaging markers of Vascular Cognitive Impairment”


February 3 at 9.00 am
Helena Karlström, Division of Neurogeriatrics
"Brain vasculature and neurodegenerative disorders"

February 10 at 9.00 am
Anna Rennie, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"The MemClin project: an initiative to improve dementia care in Stockholm"

February 17 at 9.00 am
Marc Guitart-Masip, Aging Research Center (ARC)

February 24 at 9.00 am
Nicholas Ashton, King's College London and Gothenburg University
“Blood biomarkers: What are they good for?”


March 3 at 9.00 am
Various speakers
"Pre-ADPD conference warming up seminar"

March 10 at 9.00 am
Leonie Visser, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"Medical communication at memory clinics: current state of the art and future directions" 

March 17 at 9.00 am
Emilia Schwertner, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"Radar-AD: Digital technologies to improve the assessment of Alzheimer's Disease"

March 24 at 9.00 am
Shireen Sindi, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"Sex differences in dementia: Evidence from population‐based studies and the FINGER lifestyle

March 31 at 9.00 am
Sophie Gaber, Division of Occupational Therapy
“Everyday Technology: A useful servant but dangerous master for older people with dementia’s participation in society?” 


April 7 at 9.00 am
Marie Tyrrell, Sophiahemmet University
”Voices to remember (Persons’ and family members’ experiences of living with neurocognitive disorders and related symptoms)" 

April 14 at 9.00 am
Una Smailovic, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
“Biomarkers of synaptic dysfunction in Alzheimer’s disease”  

April 21 at 9.00 am
Luis Enrique Arroyo-Garcia, Division of Neurogeriatrics
“Inhibition in the brain and Alzheimer's Disease: role in early detection and the unexplored potential”

April 28 at 9.00 am
Amit Kumar, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
"Alzheimer's biomarkers beyond amyloid and tau: Where are we heading?” 


May 5 at 9.00 am
Serhiy Dekhtyar, ARC
“Comparing two models of cognitive reserve with respect to cognitive trajectories and dementia” 

May 12 at 9.00 am
Lisha Wang, Division of Neurogeriatrics 
"Hsp90-cochaperone interaction inhibitors as novel drug candidates for Alzheimer's disease” 

May 19 at 9.00 am
Maria Ankarcrona, Division of Neurogeriatrics
“Chronic kidney disease and dementia”

May 26 at 9.00 am
Betty Tijms, International speaker from Amsterdam UMC (The Netherlands) 
“Disease heterogeneity in Alzheimer's disease: the spaghetti elephant in the room”


June 2 at 9.00 am
Marina Boccardi, International speaker from DZNE (Germany)
"Harmonizing cognitive assessment across European memory clinics" 

June 9, at 9.00 am
Hong Xu, Division of Clinical Geriatrics
“Chronic kidney disease and dementia”

June 16 at 9.00 am
Johannes Attems, International speaker from Newcastle University (UK)
“Multimorbidity of the Ageing Brain: Implications for clinico-pathological correlative studies and clinical trials”

June 23 at 9.00 am
Petr Novak, International speaker from Axon Neuroscience (Slovakia) 


August 25 at 9.00 am
Maria Eriksdotter, Division of Neurogeriatrics
“Treatment with Cholinesterase inhibitors for Alzheimer´s disease - better than their reputation!” 


December 16 at 9:00 am
Alessandra Marengoni, Division of Aging Research Center (ARC), NVS
Geriatric syndromes in the context of COVID-19 

December 9 at 9:00 am
Aleksander Rytarowski, Division of Clinical Geriatrics, NVS
Covid-19 and dementia among older adults

November 25 at 9:00 am
Laetitia Lemoine, Division of Clinical Geriatrics, NVS
Regional binding of tau and amyloid PET tracers in Down syndrome autopsy brain tissue

October 14 at 9:00 am
Davide Vetrano, Division of Aging Research Center (ARC), NVS

October 7 at 9:00 am
Pieter Jelle Visser, Division of Neurogeriatrics, NVS

September 30 at 9:00 am
Eric Westman, Division of Clinical geriatrics, NVS

September 23 at 9:00 am
Elena Rodriguez Vieitez, Division of Clinical Geriatrics, NVS

September 16 at 9:00 am
Andre Fisahn, Division of Neurogeriatrics, NVS

September 9 at 9:00 am
Ryuta Kawashima, Tohoku University
Introducing the Smart aging Research Center at Tohoku University


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