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Exhibit at AAIC

Meet over 5,000 of the world’s leading medical professionals involved in dementia care and neuroscience research

AAIC is the premier opportunity of the year to reach a variety of professions involved in dementia research, treatment and care including Neuroscience/Neurology, Biochemistry, Geriatrics, Psychiatry, Neuropsychology, Radiology, Pharmacology and more.

Click here to view the AAIC 2015 Exhibitor Prospectus for complete details.

Exhibiting at AAIC is the best way to inform scientific researchers, medical professionals, and care providers about your company, your products or your latest research. The exhibit hall will feature the world's leading companies that provide products and services in these categories:

  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Hospice Care
  • Nutrition Management
  • Neurocognitive Assessment
  • Publishers
  • Software
  • Mobile Devices & Apps
  • Imaging/Optical Instruments
  • Laboratory Equipment & Supplies
  • Physiological Instruments
  • Bio-Chemicals and Reagents
  • Computer-Related Instruments
  • Animal Models
  • Diagnostic Testing

NEW for 2015! Lower Exhibit Booth Rental Rates for Publishers and U.S. Government Agencies and Institutes

Click here to complete the Exhibit Booth Application and receive these benefits:

  1. A complimentary AAIC attendee list with email addresses and mailing information
  2. Three (3) discount registrations to the AAIC scientific sessions and Welcome Reception
  3. Three (3) complimentary exhibitor guest badges per 10’x10’ Booth
  4. A complimentary listing for your organization in the print and online exhibitor guide, listed by company name, booth number, and product category

Click here to view the Exhibit Plan.

For information on exhibiting, contact:

Greg Andruch, Exhibit Sales Manager
phone: 1.630.929.7972
fax: Fax: 1.630.434.1216
email: gandruch@heiexpo.com.

 



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