Information on presentation types, themes and topics.
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Authors may select from three presentation formats when submitting an abstract for AAIC. These include:
AAIC Poster Presentation (individual)
AAIC Oral Presentation (individual)
AAIC Featured Research Session (FRS)
A limited number of travel fellowships are available to AAIC presenting authors. Awarded in various packages, AAIC Travel Fellowships may include one, two or three of the following: complimentary AAIC registration, housing and/or airfare support.
Application process: In order to apply, the applicant must be indicated as the presenting author on a submitted abstract for AAIC and complete the travel fellowship application requirements in the last step of the abstract submission process. Learn more.
Selection of a theme, topic and subtopic for the 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 Scientific Program Committee, who will take this identification into consideration and group related abstracts with similar topics into the same session. Selection of a primary theme, topic and subtopic is required.
Basic and Translational Science
Development of New Models and Analysis Methods
Molecular and Cell Biology
Diagnosis and Prognosis
Clinical (neuropsychiatry and behavioral neurology)
Public Health and Psychosocial
Dementia Care Research
(research projects; nonpharmacological)
Dementia Care Practice
Health Economics and Policy
Psychosocial Factors and Environmental Design
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