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Online Symposium Summary

This free to attend online symposium will highlight some of the most exciting research being conducted into the most common cause of dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease.

Accessed via mobile, tablet or PC, this event will feature the advances that have shaped our understanding of the disease and paved the road towards therapeutic strategies for treatment.

To combat and ultimately cure Alzheimer’s, a collaborative effort from across science will be required. We have reflected this in the background of our speakers, who represent cutting edge bench side research, top-level decision making and leading charities that work with patients. If you want to know what the future of Alzheimer’s research looks like, you won’t want to miss this symposium.

Attend this Online Symposium to:

  • Learn about the latest findings in Alzheimer’s Research
  • Understand how we are combating Alzheimer’s from policy to pipette
  • Discuss Alzheimer’s with research leaders in our Q&A sessions

Keynote Speaker:

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Prof John Hardy
UCL Department of Neurodegenerative Diseases and Queen Square Institute of Neurology



Eliezer Masliah
Director, Division of Neuroscience
National Institute on Aging, National Institute of Health
Henry Brodaty
DScientia Professor of Ageing and Mental Health Montefiore Chair of Healthy Brain Ageing
Director, Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration
Co-Director, CHeBA (Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing)
Dr Carol Routledge
Director of Research
Alzheimer’s Research UK
Giovanna Mallucci
Giovanna Mallucci
Associate Director UK Dementia Research Institute at the University of Cambridge
van Geest Professor of Clinical Neurosciences
Honorary Consultant Neurologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital
University of Cambridge
Michal Schwartz
Michal Schwartz
Professor of Neuroimmunology
The Maurice and Ilse Katz Professorial Chair in Neuroimmunology
Weizmann Institute of Science

Early Career Speakers:

Jennifer Evans
Dr. Marco Brancaccio
MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK
Jennifer Evans
Dr. Aarti Jagannath
Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute, Oxford, UK