Clinical Workshop CURE-ND

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CURE-ND or Catalysing a United Response in Europe to Neurodegenerative Diseases, is an alliance between the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), the Paris Brain Institute (ICM), Mission Lucidity (ML) and the UK Dementia Research Institute (UK DRI).

On the 2-3 of February 2023, CURE-ND will be holding an in person Clinical Workshop at the ‘the Paris Brain Institute’.

This two-day workshop will cover clinical trials platforms, preventive trials for genetic diseases and digital assessment biomarkers. Speakers include Prof David Sharp (UK DRI Care Research and Technology), Prof Paresh Malhotra (Imperial College London), Prof Maarten Van Den Bossche (KU Leuven), Prof Matthis Sinofzik (DZNE), and other established researchers and early career researchers working across a wide range of neurodegenerative diseases.

The programme includes round tables, poster sessions, and networking times to enable discussion and foster opportunities for collaboration. Clinical investigators and Early Career Researchers are particularly encouraged to apply.

The event takes place between 9AM and 9PM on 2 February (networking dinner included) and 9AM to 5:30PM on 3 February. The full agenda will be released soon.

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Registration deadline is December 20, 2022.

If your registration/abstract are accepted, the UK DRI HQ will be able to support accommodation expenses for UK DRI members, but please note that travel expenses should be costed by the host lab of the participants.

If you have any queries, please contact Ana Antunes-Martins (UK DRI Science Manager) at a.antunes-martins@ucl.ac.uk.

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