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Nutricia 2015 international congress presence

Nutricia has already confirmed its participation to the AD/PD, ADI and AAIC congresses in 2015. We will regularly update this page with new information about our congress participation.

AAIC 2015: 27th Alzheimer’s Association International Congress

Washington D.C, 18-23rd July 2015

 

The Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) is the world’s largest congress for the dementia research community, presenting the most recent dementia research. This congress is an international forum for the discussion of groundbreaking ideas and theories among the world’s leading Scientists, Researchers and Healthcare Professionals.

Nutricia will participate at the AAIC as a gold sponsor with a satellite symposium, an exhibition booth and scientific abstracts (pending acceptance).

Visit us at the AAIC 2015 and join our satellite symposium on Monday 20th July 2015

Emerging opportunities for intervention early in the Alzheimer’s disease spectrum
Chair: Dr. Jeffrey Cummings (USA)

  • Detecting Souvenaid efficacy in patients with early AD using network analysis (DGI)- Dr. Kenneth Rockwood (Canada)
  • Novel plasma panel predicts transition from preclinical to clinical Alzheimer’s disease - Dr. Howard Federoff (USA)
  • Nutritional intervention in prodromal Alzheimer’s disease: the LipiDiDiet approach - Dr. Tobias Hartmann (Germany)

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ADPD 2015: 12th Alzheimer’s Disease and Parkinson Disease congress

Nice, 18-22nd March 2015.

 

The 12th International Conference on Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases and Related Neurological Disorders (AD/PD 2015) will build on the well-earned reputation of previous AD/PDTM meetings for unravelling the mechanisms and improving the treatment of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and other related neurodegenerative diseases.

Nutricia participated to the AD/PD 2015 with two presentations sponsored by an unrestricted education grant, and three abstracts presented as poster.

“TRANSLATIONAL STRATGIES 2: NUTRITION & TAU”

  • Souvenaid: a nutritional intervention designed to enhance synapse formation in early Alzheimer's disease - David Wilkinson (UK
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  • Detecting efficacy of Souvenaid in patients with Alzheimer’s disease using network analysis - Kenneth Rockwood (Canada)
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Poster sessions:

  • The rationale to test a specific nutrition combination in the LipiDiDiet clinical study in prodromal Alzheimer’s disease - P. Scheltens, T. Hartmann, H. Soininen
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  • Dietary interventions with strong preventive and therapeutic effects on both motor and non-motor symptoms in a mouse model of Parkinson’s disease. – P. Perez-Pardo, E.M De Jong., H. Douna, L.M. Broersen, A. Attali A., N. van Wijk, J. Garssen,B. Olivier, A.D. Kraneveld
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  • Possible lower plasma and brain levels of nutrients that rate-limit neuronal phospholipid synthesis in Alzheimer’s disease: a retrospective cohort study – N. van Wijk, R. Slot, F. Duits, C. Teunissen, M, Strik, W. M. van der Flier, J. Bierau, J. W.C. Sijben, P. Scheltens
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NUTRITIONAL INTERVENTION IN PRODROMAL Alzheimer’s Disease, organized by the EU-LipiDiDiet consortium

CHAIRS: Tobias Hartmann (Germany) and Hilkka Soininen (Finland)

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  • Lipid-based diets have positive effect on muscarinic receptors-mediated g-protein activation in frontal cortex and hippocampus of transgenic appswe/ps1de9 female mice - V. Doležal (Czech Republic)
  • Understanding the mechanisms how lipids affect amyloidogenic processing – T. Hartmann (Germany)
  • Abca1 agonist peptides: a new therapeutic avenue for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease – A. Boehm-Cagan (Israel)
  • Impact of a specific nutrient combination diet on cerebral circulation, neuronal integrity and cognition in mouse models for Alzheimer’s disease Amanda – A. Kiliaan (the Netherlands)
  • Dementia risk estimation tools and their use in clinical trials – A. Solomon (Finland)
  • Status of a clinical study investigating the effects of a specific nutrition combination in prodromal Alzheimer’s disease: the LipiDiDiet study” – H. Soininen (Finland)

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ADI 2015: 30th Alzheimer’s Disease International 2015 International Conference

Perth, 15-19th April 2015

 

Alzheimer Disease International (ADI) organize yearly international conferences attended by professionals, scientists, researchers, policy makers, people living with dementia, informal and professional carers and Alzheimer association staff and volunteer. In 2015, the ADI International Conference is organized together with Alzheimer’s Australia and will take place from 15th to 19th April in Perth.

Leading researcher will come together at the ADI 2015 to share latest medical advances, care innovations and emerging practice development. People living with dementia will also share their stories and knowledge on living with dementia.

Nutricia participated ADI 2015 as a silver sponsor with a satellite symposium, an exhibition booth and scientific abstracts (pending acceptance).

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