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Exhibit at AAIC

Meet the world’s leading medical professionals involved in dementia care and neuroscience research


The Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2016 will be held from July 22- 28 (Exhibits: July 24-27) at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Canada.

AAIC is the premier opportunity of the year to connect with the global medical and scientific dementia research community. Clinicians, scientists, and care providers who have regular contact with thousands of patients will be in attendance, and looking for the latest information on 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

Don’t miss this opportunity! Click here to complete the Exhibit Booth Application and receive the following benefits:

  1. A complimentary AAIC attendee list with email addresses (one-time use)
  2. Three (3) discount registrations to the AAIC scientific sessions
  3. Two (2) complimentary tickets to the Welcome Reception on Sunday
  4. A complimentary listing in the print and online exhibitor guide that includes contact information and product description
  5. NEW! Complimentary internet access for all exhibitors

Click here to review the Exhibit Floor Plan. Questions? Contact Greg Andruch for more information: 1.630.929.7972, fax: 1.630.434.1216, or email:

Greg Andruch
Exhibit Sales Manager

The Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2016
c/o Hall-Erickson, Inc., Exhibits Management


2017 – July 15 – 20
London, United Kingdom

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Chicago, Illinois


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