Based on new guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control — recommending masks for vaccinated and unvaccinated people in indoor areas with higher transmission — and that AAIC participants are from all over the United States and the world, the Alzheimer’s Association is requiring all AAIC attendees to adhere to wearing masks while attending AAIC events.
Masks are located throughout the center outside session rooms and at registration. Thank you for your cooperation.
When wearing a mask please ensure it securely covers your nose and mouth. Avoid touching your mask, eyes, nose and mouth, and wash hands often with soap and water.
If you would like to transition to a virtual experience, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an on-site registration fee refund or to apply the fee to a future AAIC meeting.
In-person attendees: Simplify and enhance your AAIC experience by downloading the ALZ Meetings app, which allows you to build your daily schedules, review abstracts and much more. Download it now.
A diverse program defines the AAIC experience. This year’s conference will feature 10 plenary sessions led by distinguished experts in the field. Meet the plenary speakers.
This innovative aspect of the AAIC program is back. Don’t miss these sessions on neurodegeneration and structural biology, designed specifically for basic dementia science.
Be sure to attend at least one of several engaging sessions about the pandemic's effect on research, global public health policy, dementia care and more.
For ISTAART members and those who are just beginning their careers, this in-person workshop series covers science communication, person-centered research and career transitions.
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ISTAART Student Workshop Series
ISTAART Networking Reception (ISTAART members and early-career attendees by invitation only)
Access to virtual content ends