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Location and date

July 18-23, 2015
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mt. Vernon Pl NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
United States

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Time zone

Washington, D.C. operates on Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). What time is it in Washington, D.C.?


The primary language spoken in Washington, D.C. is English.


July temperatures in Washington, D.C. are balmy with an average temperature of 89°F (31°C).

Currency and exchange

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The Metro in Washington, D.C. has 86 Metro stations in service within a 106.3 mile network. Walter E. Washington Convention Center, site of AAIC 2015, is located at the Mt Vernon Sq/7th St-Convention Center stop and is 6 miles from the Reagan National Airport.

Americans with Disabilities Act

Event staff will be glad to assist you with any special needs (i.e., physical, dietary, etc.). Please contact Mara Davis prior to the live event at +1.312.335.5835.


The Alzheimer's Association promotes business casual attire for the duration of AAIC. Consider bringing a light jacket or sweater since meeting room temperatures and personal comfort levels vary.


All AAIC 2015 attendees, speakers, contractors, exhibitors, members of the media and guests must register and receive a badge to gain admittance to conference sites. Conference badges must be properly displayed at all times.

Future meetings

AAIC® 2016
July 23-28
Toronto, Canada

AAIC® 2017
July 15-20
London, United Kingdom

Ground-breaking presentations at AAIC

Join us at the world’s largest Alzheimer’s and dementia conference to hear about the newest and most innovative research in the field. Featured speakers include Eric Reiman of the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute and John Morris of Washington University in St. Louis. Registration is now open! Reserve your spot prior to May 15 to take advantage of early-bird pricing.


Where the world reveals the latest dementia research • Washington, D.C., United States • July 18-23, 2015