March 6-7, 2023 | St. Louis, Missouri and Online

About the Conference

At AAIC Advancements: APOE, leading neuroscience experts shared their latest research findings and ideas about the role of APOE in neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and other dementias. AAIC Advancements: APOE has ended, but there are more conferences coming up. Find future scientific meetings to continue moving Alzheimer's and dementia research forward.

AAIC Advancements: APOE was co-sponsored by the Alzheimer's Association and a National Institute on Aging-supported grant. This conference provided substantial opportunities for students, early career researchers and seasoned professionals to foster new collaborations and develop novel hypotheses in order to break down multidisciplinary barriers and drive truly transformative neuroscience research.

View the 2023 conference program.

Conference Areas of Interest

All were invited to spotlight their research with an oral or poster presentation at the AAIC Advancements: APOE conference. Areas of interest included:

  • Genetic associations of APOE.
  • APOE structure.
  • APOE and inflammation.
  • APOE and protein misfolding.
  • APOE, the blood-brain barrier, and vascular regulation.
  • APOE and glial lipid metabolism.
  • Therapeutic strategies.


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Conference Details

Date: March 6-7, 2023
Location: St. Louis, Missouri and online

Call for Abstracts

Abstract submission is now closed.

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