Dr. Jerome and Judith D. Tamkin Auditorium, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center (B Level), 757 Westwood Plaza, University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90095
$350.00 for physicians/faculty; $200 for allied-health practitioners/trainees (residents, post-doctoral fellows, graduate & medical students). Fees will be increased by $100 after March 31, 2010
This 3-day symposium is sponsored by the Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine and the Office of Continuing Medical Education of the David Geffen School of Medicine at University of California at Los Angeles.
Molecular/cellular pathogenesis, clinical markers, inheritance, biochemical and neuroimaging biomarkers, treatment strategies and the role of dementia in CAA will be discussed.
More information may be found on the attached symposium brochure.
Institute of Engineering and Technology, 2 Savoy Place, London WC2R 0BL, England
One-Day Rate (GBP 450.00); Two-Day Rate (GBP 763.75 for Consultants and GPs; GBP 587.50 for Others)
This professional conference is organized by the British Journal of Hospital Medicine and will provide attendees with an update on clinical, research, organizational and policy developments in the field of dementia in the United Kingdom.
More information regarding the program is attached.
Continuing Education Credits:
12 CPD Points
Mark Ellen Group
Freepost BFH 1337
London SE24 9BR
Tel: 0207 733 8174
Email: conferences [ at ] markallengroup [dot] com
Centre Convencions Internacional Barcelona, Rambla Prim, 1-17, 08019 Barcelona, Spain
Please visit the event's website for more information
This multi-disciplinary conference will feature new discoveries in etiology, neurobiology, diagnosis, imaging and treatment for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and related neurodegenerative diseases. Young investigators are especially encouraged to attend.
The symposium will be sponsored by the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, the University of Geneva Medical School, the Geneva University Hospitals (Department of Rehabilitation and Geriatrics) and the Karolinska Institute. New therapeutic targets and outcomes of clinical trials will be discussed.
International Conference Center, 17 rue de Varembe, CP13, CH-1211, Geneva 20, Switzerland
US $880 (through Jan 22, 2010); US $980 (after Jan 22, 2010). Student Fees: US $180 (through Jan 22, 2010); US $280 (after Jan 22, 2010)
This bi-annual symposium is organized by Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, University of Geneva Medical School, and Geneva University Hospitals (Department of Rehabilitation and Geriatrics), and is the only international meeting focused on the pharmacological therapy of Alzheimer's disease.
Symposium themes include: drug development at different preclinical and clinical stages, results of clinical trials, and pharmaco-economics implications.
The event is targeted towards neurologists, psychiatrists, geriatricians and caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's disease.
More information regarding this event may be found at www.ad-springfield.com and on the attached event brochure.
Les Diablerets Conference Center, Centre du Village, 1865 Les Diablerets, Switzerland
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This program is sponsored by the non-profit Gordon Research Conferences organization, and is a forum for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and young scientists to present new data and ideas on the biology of aging. It will feature 10 presentations and 2 poster sessions, and a career orientation session for attendees.
Montreal Convention Centre, 201 Viger Street West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2Z 1H2
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This event is presented by the Palliative Care Division of the Departments of Medicine and Oncology of McGill University and welcomes healthcare professionals, therapists, and all individuals involved in palliative care to attend the biennial Congress.
The trilingual (French, English, Spanish) Congress will feature 4 Concurrent Seminars, plenary sessions, workshops, research forums and poster sessions.
If you are a primary care physician with an interest in Alzheimer's Disease, you may also wish to attend the special presentation entitled "Driving Change in Alzheimer's Disease Management" that will be held prior to the opening ceremony of the 26th ADI conference on Saturday, March 26, 2011. For more details, please check out the attached flyer.
Continuing Education Credits:
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Grand Hotel Palace, 305-307 Monastirou Street, 54627 Thessaloniki, Greece
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This event is sponsored by Alzheimer's Disease International (www.alz.co.uk), an international federation of approximately 71 national Alzheimer's association across the world. The 3-day program will focus on the latest medical treatment developments, best practices in the care of individuals with dementia, and topics on disease prevention and international public health policies.
All plenary sessions will be held in English, with 5 parallel sessions in English and 1 in Greek.
Medical professionals, researchers, individuals with Alzheimer's disease and caregivers are invited to attend.