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Alzheimer's Imaging Consortium (AIC) – an AAIC preconference

AIC Registration Fellowships
Presentation types
Themes
Frequently asked questions

General abstract submission is now closed.

AIC Registration Fellowships

A limited number of fellowships, in the form of complimentary Alzheimer's Imaging Consortium (AIC) registration, are available for early career scientists who are the presenting author on an accepted abstract.

In order to apply individuals must submit an abstract for AIC and indicate the need for a registration fellowship in the last step of the abstract submission process (submission is now closed). Learn more.

Presentation types

Authors may select from two presentation formats when submitting an abstract for AIC, including:

AIC Poster Presentation (individual)

AIC Oral Session (individual)

Themes

Selection of a theme per abstract allows submitters to "self-identify" the area in which the abstract best fits. This identification is the first step in sorting abstracts for the AIC Planning Chairs, who will take this identification into consideration and will group related abstracts with similar topics into the same session.

AIC Abstract Submission Themes

  • Amyloid imaging
  • Animal imaging
  • Brain networks and connectivity
  • Evaluating treatments with neuroimaging
  • Imaging and genetics
  • Imaging and non-AD neurodegeneration
  • Imaging correlates of cognition and biomarkers
  • Imaging in normal brain aging
  • Imaging-pathological correlations
  • Neuroimaging and preclinical diagnosis
  • New imaging methods
  • Non-pharmacological therapies and neuroimaging
  • Tau imaging


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