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The AAIC experience starts now.

Learn. Share. Teach. Do it all at AAIC, the world's leading forum on dementia research. From July 13-18, scientists from around the globe will come together to share new knowledge and collaborate with their peers — all in an effort to advance the discovery of scientific breakthroughs leading to methods of prevention, treatment, and ultimately, a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.


Attendees of Dementia Care @ AAIC listen to opening remarks. A researcher shares his findings during a Developing Topics session. Colleagues pause in the Exhibit Hall. An attendee views a poster presentation. There are more than 1,800 posters being presented during AAIC 2013. Rob Egge. vice president, Public Policy and Advocacy An attendee pauses as she plans her day. Jacqueline Petterson, female winner of the AAIC 2013 5K Fun/Run Walk, received free registration to AAIC 2014 in Copenhagen. An AAIC banner adorns the Massachusetts State House. An overhead view of Monday's plenary session. At the ISTAART reception, members form new connections with their peers. More than 100 booths line the floor at the AAIC 2013 Exhibit Hall. Dr. Maria Carrillo, vice president, Medical and Scientific Relations, Alzheimer's Association addresses attendees during the Opening Plenary. Dr. Steven DeKosky presents his research on amyloid PET imaging.

 

News from AAIC

Dementia's signs may come early
— The New York Times

Memory decline may be earliest sign of dementia
— USA Today

Memory decline may be earliest sign of dementia
— Associated Press

Memory lapse shown as early warning for dementia
— Bloomberg

Why delaying retirement can make you less likely to develop dementia
— Daily Mail

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