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Fundació ACE presented two posters at the AICC 2019


Fundació ACE experts at the AAIC 2019


As every year, the Fundació ACE experts have participated at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2019 (AAIC), held in July 14-18 in Los Angeles.

During the week, our team of researchers had the opportunity to present two posters with the latest advances of the GRA@CE and MOPEAD projects, on genetics and early detection of Alzheimer's, respectively.

The AICC, organized by the prestigious Alzheimer's Association, is one of the leading annual conferences at an international level within the Alzheimer's and dementia sector.

Experts from more than 70 countries of the world meet each year at the AAIC. The congress serves as a platform to expose the main progresses in the research of Alzheimer's and other types of dementia.


Fundación ACE presented 2 pósters at the AAIC 2019


July 15th

Etiopathological Role of the MAPT H1/H2 Haplotype in Alzheimer's Disease

Pascual Sánchez-Juan 1,2; Sonia Moreno-Grau 1,3; Itziar de Rojas 1,3; Isabel Hernández 1,3; Sergi Valero 1,3; Montse Alegret 1,3; Laura Montrreal 1; Pablo García González 1,3; Carmen Lage1,2; Sara López-García1,2; Eloy Rodríguez-Rodríguez 1,2; GR@ACE study group; DEGESCO; Adelina Orellana 1; Lluís Tárraga 1,3; Mercè Boada 1,3; Agustín Ruiz 1,31. CIBERNED, Center for Networked Biomedical Research on Neurodegenerative Diseases, National Institute of Health Carlos III, Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, Spain. 2. Neurology Service, University Hospital Marqués de Valdecilla (University of Cantabria and IDIVAL), Santander, Spain. 3. Research Center and Memory clinic Fundació ACE.Institut Català de Neurociències Aplicades.Universitat Internacional de Catalunya. Barcelona. Spain.


July 17th

Interim Analysis of Online Screening as a Recruitment Strategy for the Models of Patient Engagement in Alzheimer’s disease (MOPEAD) Initiative

Dente, P.1, Baker, E.1, Cormack, F.1, Barnett, J.1,2, Rodriquez Gomez, O.2, Alegret, M2., Valero, S.2, Rodrigo, A4, Campo, L.5, and Boada, M.2,61. Cambridge Cognition, Cambridge, UK,  2. University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 3. Fundación ACE, Barcelona, Spain, 4. GMV Soluciones Globales Internet Sau, Tres Cantos, Spain, 5. Eli Lilly Company Limited, Basingstoke, UK, 6. Project Coordinator, MOPEAD Consortium.



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