Ace Alzheimer Center participates in the XVIII scientific forum of CIBERNED

Between April 10th and 12th, Bilbao will host the new edition of the international congress on neurodegenerative diseases organized by the biomedical research network center for neurodegenerative diseases, CIBERNED.

This annual event, organized since 2007, has already become a reference in this field at the national level, bringing together various professionals from the field of neurodegeneration from around the world.

The congress, framed within the XVIII scientific forum of CIBERNED, provides a space to discuss different areas of interest related to neurodegenerative pathologies such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Huntington's disease, ALS, or multiple sclerosis, among others. Additionally, it offers the opportunity for the scientific community interested in the subject to meet and establish synergies among them in order to advance research.

The event will be attended and participated by research professionals from the Ace Alzheimer Center Barcelona and members of the CIBERNED group such as Dr. Amanda Cano, head of the Molecular Biology and Biomarkers program; Dr. Victoria Fernández, head of the Genomics program; and Dr. Marta Marquié, head of the Artificial Intelligence and Big Data program applied to Neurology. They have all presented their research in poster format:

  • Dr. Amanda Cano: "Plasma biomarkers in subjective cognitive decline patients of a memory clinic."
  • Dr. Victoria Fernández: "Examination of rare variants in Spanish early-onset Alzheimer's disease, implications for the clinic."
  • Dr. Marta Marquié: "Exploring retinal imaging as a biomarker in the Alzheimer's disease continuum: Insights from the NORFACE cohort."

The conference will also be attended by Dr. Mercè Boada, founder and medical director of the Ace Alzheimer Center Barcelona, and Dr. Agustín Ruiz, research director.

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