Penn at AAIC
Penn researchers at AAIC | Photo credit: Cait Kearney
More than 45 University of Pennsylvania scientists were among 10,000 attendees of the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and online. Researchers presented and discussed their cutting-edge research related to Alzheimer’s diagnostics, interventions, and basic science. Check out the conference and Penn highlights below.
Cait's Brain Bites Blog
Cait Kearney, a communications specialist at Penn Memory Center, attended AAIC and kept a daily blog to reflect on her experiences at the conference. She also reviewed a Dutch food each day, like bitterballen and stroopwafel. Click here to read Cait’s blog.
- Association of Common and Rare Variants with Alzheimer's Disease in 16,905 Individuals with Whole-Genome Sequence (WGS) Data from the Alzheimer's Disease Sequencing Project (ADSP)
- Remote App-Based Assessment of Memory and Executive Functioning in Aging and Pre-Clinical Alzheimer's Disease in a Diverse Sample of Older Adults
- Association of Common and Rare Variants with Alzheimer's Disease in 16,905 Individuals with Whole-Genome Sequence (WGS) Data from the Alzheimer’s Disease Sequencing Project (ADSP)
- T1 MRI reveals differential hippocampal atrophy in Lewy Body Disorders with and without Alzheimer's copathology
- Medial temporal lobe gray matter microstructure alterations provide improved sensitivity to detect neurodegeneration associated with Alzheimer’s disease biomarkers
- Evaluation of Quantitative Measurements of Tau Pathology with Semi-Quantitative Ratings and Age
- Pyramidal neurodegeneration is linked to select cytoarchitecture and cognitive impairment in behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia with tau or TDP-43 pathology