Dementias Platform UK: Translation 2023

The latest developments in dementia experimental medicine - Big Data, Biomarkers & Trials Delivery

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UK DRI partner Dementias Platform UK (DPUK) is organising a translational dementia research conference, Translation 2023 from 2-3 March 2023.

Translation 2023 will seek to explore how developments in big data, biomarkers and trials delivery can lead us toward new disease-modifying treatments for dementia.

Bringing together representatives of academia, industry, the third sector and government, Translation 2023 will showcase the latest research in human experimental medicine and facilitate essential discussions between sectors and institutions to explore how developments in big data, biomarkers and clinical trials delivery can lead us towards new disease-modifying treatments for dementia.

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The event will include an ECR morning on the first day (2 March). Keynotes on the major conference themes from leaders in the field will be accompanied by presentations, group discussions and a poster display.

More details on the Early Career Researcher (ECR) morning workshop details can be found here.

Selected ECR poster abstracts will be presented as lightning talks (there will be poster and talk prizes for ECRs). Abstracts should focus on human-based research which has the potential to be used in the development of experiment medicine for dementia, and alignment with at least one of the three conference session topics (Trials for all; Biomarker mechanisms and targets and Big data). Deadline for ECR application is Friday 20 January, (£25 registration fee for ECRs).

We look forward to seeing you at Translation 2023!

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