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Welcome to the Swedish Meeting for Alzheimer Research at Karolinska Institutet, November 20th 2019

The meeting is open for everyone interested in research on Alzheimer’s disease and will bring together researchers from all of Sweden. The aim of the meeting is to have a translational discussion on how to prevent, diagnose and treat Alzheimers disease and other dementias.

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Illustration: Ansel Lindskog

There will be plenary talks, short presentations chosen from abstracts and an extensive poster-session with time to interact. We welcome poster contributions from all fields with relevance for Alzheimer’s disease and neurodegeration.

The meeting is organized by Center for Alzheimer Research at Karolinska Institutet.

Attendence is free of charge but registration is compulsory.

Deadline for registration is October 30thPlease registrate here.

Deadline for abstract submission is September 15th to be considered for a short presentation. Here you can submit an abstract

Preliminary program

09.00-10.00                       Arrival and Coffee

10.00-11.00                       Plenary talks

11.00-12.30                       Speed presentations chosen from abstracts

12.30-14.30                       Poster session with lunch

14.30-15.30                       Plenary talks

15.30-16.00                       Coffee break

16.00-17.20                       Plenary talks                    

17.20-17.30                       Concluding Remarks

 

Confirmed Chairs

Maria Eriksdotter, Karolinska institutet

Martin Ingelsson, Uppsala University

Lars Lannfelt, Uppsala University

Elisabet Londos, Lund University

Agneta Nordberg, Karolinska Institutet

Henrik Zetterberg, Göteborg University

Bengt Winblad, Karolinska Institutet

 

Confirmed Speakers

Per Hammarström, Linköping University

Oskar Hansson, Lund University

Gregoria Kalpouzos, Karolinska Institutet, Aging Research center

Miia Kivipelto, Karolinska Institutet, Div. Clinical Geriatrics

Henrietta Nielsen, Stockholm University

Peter Nilsson, KTH, SciLife Lab

Lars Nyberg, Umeå University

Ingmar Skoog, Göteborg University

Marianne Schultzberg, Karolinska Institutet,  Div. neurogeriatrics

Dag Sehlin, Uppsala University