Meet the Professor Lunch Sessions

Meet the Professor Lunch Sessions

We are delighted to invite you to informal lunch sessions with the professors.

Bart De Strooper, Belgium

FILLING THE KNOWLEDGE GAP IS NEEDED TO BUILD AN EFFECTIVE TRANSLATIONAL PIPELINE

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Christian Haass, Germany

THE RELEVANCE OF THE AMYLOID CASCADE IN LIGHT OF LECANEMAB AND MICROGLIAL RESEARCH

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Michael Heneka, Germany

NEUROINFLAMMATION IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

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Li-Huei Tsai, USA

LIPID DYSREGULATION IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND OTHER NEURODEGENERATIVE DISORDERS

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Ada Yonath, Israel

RIBOSOMES GENETICS AND NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES – OPEN QUESTIONS

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Kaj Blennow, Sweden

FLUID (CSF AND PLASMA) BIOMARKERS FOR ALZHEIMER’S

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Gil Rabinovici, USA

EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT A CAREER AS IN ADRD CLINICAL RESEARCH
(BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK)

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Luc Buee, France

NON-MICROTUBULAR TAU FUNCTIONS

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Walter J. Koroshetz, USA

THE ACCELERATED MEDICINE PARTNERSHIP IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE AND OTHER NINDS PD RESOURCES

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Frank Laferla, USA

FACILITATING SUCCESS IN ACADEME AND AVOIDING PITFALLS

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Melissa Murray, USA

HOW TO GROW AN INDEPENDENT PROGRAM UNDER THE SHADOW OF A GIANT IN THE FIELD

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Jie Shen, USA

HOW TO BUILD A SUCCESSFUL, INDEPENDENT RESEARCH PROGRAM

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Peter St. George-Hyslop, Canada

THE IMPORTANCE AND THE ART OF INNOVATING THINKING OUTSIDE OF THE CONVENTIONAL BOX

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Donna Wilcock, USA

WORK-LIFE INTEGRATION AND OVERCOMING IMPOSTER SYNDROME – THE IMPORTANCE OF MENTORS THROUGHOUT THE CAREER PATH

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Angela Genge, Canada

ALS CLINICAL TRIALS IN EVOLUTION

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David Holtzman, USA

APOE AND NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES

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Cynthia Lemere, USA

THE FUTURE OF ANTI-AMYLOID IMMUNOTHERAPY

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Laura Ranum, USA

REPEAT EXPANSIONS AND RAN PROTEINS IN AD AND OTHER NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES

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Philip Scheltens, The Netherlands

DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS OR FUTURE THERAPIES

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Dennis Selkoe, USA

BUILDING A SCIENTIFIC STORY OVER DECADES

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Fabrizio Stocchi, Italy 

NEW TREATMENTS FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE

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Todd Golde, USA

HOW TO KEEP YOUR CAREER ON TRACK AND ALSO ENJOY IT

Diane Bovenkamp, USA

HOW TO APPLY FOR FUNDING FROM A NONPROFIT POINT OF VIEW

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Jeffrey Cummings, USA

THE ROLE OF ACADEMICS IN DRUG DEVELOPMENT

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Marc Diamond, USA

TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE RESEARCH IN NEURODEGENERATION

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Karen Duff, United Kingdom

THE IMPORTANCE OF ASKING A GOOD QUESTION IN YOUR RESEARCH

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Oskar Hansson, Sweden

FLUID AND PET BIOMARKERS FOR ALZHEIMER’S AND PARKINSON’S DISEASES

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Henrietta Nielsen, Sweden

APOE LEVELS BEYOND THE BRAIN AND ACROSS POPULATIONS – IMPLICATIONS TO ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

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Agneta Nordberg, Sweden

REACTIVE ASTROGLIOSIS IN ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE AND OTHER NEURODEGENERATIVE DISORDERS

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Tiago Outeiro, Germany 

FILLING THE KNOWLEDGE GAP IS NEEDED TO BUILD AN EFFECTIVE TRANSLATIONAL PIPELINE

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Maria Grazia Spillantini, United Kingdom 

ALPHA-SYNUCLEIN IN PARKINSON’S AND OTHER NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES

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There is no fee for joining these sessions, however pre-registration is required.
Please, note that for each session there are maximum of 9 seats available and you can join only 1 session per day.

You can book your seat during the registration process or if you are already registered, please contact us at reg_adpd23@kenes.com.