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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Microtubule-associated protein 1B rescues memory decline in Alzheimer’s disease model mice
    Name : Dr. Fuyuki Mitsuyama
    Affliation : Professor
    University : Fujita Health University
    Country : Japan

    Background: The classic pathologies seen in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are amyloid plaques1 and neurofibrillary tangles2, but synapse and spi

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Sleep Cognition Behavior Intervention May Light the Future of Alzheimer’s Patient
    Name : Dr. Fan XU
    Affliation : Associate Professor
    University : The University of Hong Kong
    Country : China

    Abstract: Background: The major pathogen of Alzheimer’s Disease AD is the imbalance of amyloid-β production and clearance in the central zo

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Neuropsychological performance differences between two groups of probable-AD patients from different areas of Brazil
    Name : Dr. Analucy Aury Vieira de Oliveira
    Affliation : Professor
    University : National Institute of Behavioural Analysis
    Country : Brazil

    ABSTRACT: During normal aging there are some cognitive and behavioral changes similar to those observed in a transitional state or mild cognitive impa

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Current Trends in Disease Modifying/ Preventive Therapies for Alzheimer’s disease
    Name : Dr.Jeffrey T. Apter
    Affliation : Global Medical Institutes LLC
    University : Princeton Medical Institute
    Country : USA

    ABSTRACT:Background:With higher current life expectancies, finding methods to prevent/ cure Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a hot topic of debate. T

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • The Role of Speech and Language Therapy in Alzheimer’s Patients
    Name : Dr. Noor Alwawi
    Affliation : Speech Language Pathologist
    University : University of Jordan
    Country : Jordon

    Abstract: As a majority of us know that Alzheimer is the most common form of dementia, which is refer to memory loss and other problems of cognitive a

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Heparin and Derivatives A New and Possible Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease
    Name : Dr. Antonio N Gomez Valdes
    Affliation : Professor
    University : Havana University School of Medicine
    Country : USA

    Abstract: Our finding of the ability of heparin sulfate to control an psychiatric disorder as the onset of an acute myocardial infarction in elderly p

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • AChE Inhibition-based Multi-target-directed Ligands, a Novel Pharmacological Approach for the Symptomatic and Disease-modifying Therapy of Alzheimer’s
    Name : Dr. Hao Wang
    Affliation : Professor
    University : Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine
    Country : China

    Abstract: Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia in elder people, characterized by a progressive decline in memory as a result

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • The Intermittent Hypoxic- Hyperoxic Training in Integrative Therapy of Alzheimer's Dementia
    Name : Dr. Arkadi Prokopov
    Affliation : Physician
    University : Physician and Researcher in integrative medicine
    Country : Germany

    Abstract: Physical activity may alleviate cognitive impairment in Alzheimer's disease (AD) and slow down its progress. The hippocampus and prefrontal

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • The Dunedin Dementia Risk Awareness Project: A Convenience Sample of General Practitioners
    Name : Dr. Yoram Barak
    Affliation : Associate Professor
    University : Otago University Medical School
    Country : New Zealand

    ABSTRACT: Aims: Recent recommendations of USA and UK governmental and academic agencies suggest that up to 35% of dementia cases are preventable. We a

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Finding a therapy which stops the progressive dementia characteristic of the disease
    Name : Dr. Jim Weinstein
    Affliation : Professor
    University : University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
    Country : New Jersey

    Abstract: Although billions of dollars have been spent for research on  Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), little progress has been made in fin

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Recent advances in nanotechnological strategies for the therapy of various neurodegenerative disorders
    Name : Dr. Ghulam Md Ashraf
    Affliation : Assistant Professor
    University : King Abdulaziz University
    Country : Saudi Arabia

    Abstract Nanotechnology exploits materials and devices with a functional organization that has been engineered at the nanometre scale. Nanotechnology

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Gait analysis under Dual-Task conditions: a biomarker for gait instability, falls, MCI and Dementia?
    Name : Bernard Auvinet
    Affliation : Researcher
    University : University of Rennes
    Country : France

    Bernard Auvinet Doctor of Medicine from the University of Nantes (Thesis prize 1975) was first involved in sports medicine dedicated to equestrian spo

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Where Ego was, there Id shall be - A psycho-dynamic approach to psychological symptoms of dementia
    Name : Dr. Daphna Shefet
    Affliation : Head of the Geriatric Psychiatry Service
    University : Shalvata Mental Health Center
    Country : Israel

    Background Patients presenting with behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) are commonly met with a pure medical-organic approach, wh

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • ALS and FTD : Insights into Therapeutic Targets
    Name : Dr. Rajka M Liscic
    Affliation : Assistant Professor
    University : Kepler University
    Country : Australia

    Abstract Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD) are neurodegenerative disorders, related by signs of deterio

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Evaluation of brain atrophy by MRI and regional tau deposits by 18F-THK5351 PET in Alzheimer’s disease
    Name : Dr. Hiroshi Matsuda
    Affliation : Professor
    University : National Center Of Neurology And Psychiatry
    Country : Japan

    Background: The recent advent of tau-specific positron emission tomography (PET) has enabled in vivo assessment of tau pathology in Alzheimer’s

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Namaste Care: Research Results.
    Name : Dr. Ladislav Volicer
    Affliation : Professor
    University : University Of South Florida
    Country : USA

    Abstract Namaste Care is an enhanced nursing program developed by Professor Joyce Simard, MSW for persons with advanced dementia. Its goal is to incre

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Alzheimer dementia after stroke- treatment with Tabl. Donepezil
    Name : Dr. Olivera Bundaleska
    Affliation : Specialist Psychiatrist
    University : Getrontology Institute
    Country : Macedonia

    Background and purpose: The evidence suggest that patients with dementia after stroke exhibit a cholinergic deficit, therefore they may benefit from t

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Late phase cell cycle proteins in Proteotoxic control in Alzheimer’s Disease: a possible target for therapy?
    Name : Dr. Vladan Bajic
    Affliation : Professor
    University : University Of Belgrade
    Country : Serbia

    Abstract Alzheimer’s disease is represented by neuronal loss and this loss is correlated to a constant state of neuronal instability i

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Olive biophenols: Beyond the antioxidant in Alzheimer’s disease
    Name : Dr. Syed Haris Omar
    Affliation : Lecturer
    University : Endeavour College Of Natural Health
    Country : Australia

    Abstract Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common neurodegenerative disease, characterized by notable memory loss, cognitive impairment, and neuron

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Namaste Care Helps People with Advanced Dementia Live Not Just Exist
    Name : Dr. Joyce Simard
    Affliation : Associate Professor
    University : Western Sydney University
    Country : United States

    Abstract Joyce Simard will describe beginning of Namaste Care which was devleoped in 2003 in a small nursing home in the United States for residents w

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Corpus Callosum Changes Predict Pathology Progression in Alzheimer's Disease
    Name : Dr. Margherita Di Paola
    Affliation : Lecturer
    University : King Faisal Specialist Hospital And Research Center
    Country : Saudi Arabia

    Biography: Margherita Di Paola is currently Lecturer at LUMSA University in Rome (Italy) and Researcher at IRCCS Santa Lucia Foundation in Rome (Italy

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Alzheimersmeet - 2018

  • Cognitive assessment for immigrants
    Name : Dr. Stefan Strotzka
    Affliation : Clinical Psychologist
    University : Gerontopsychiatric Center For Psychosocial Services
    Country : Austria

    Abstract In 2001, the Gerontopsychiatric Center for Psychosocial Services opened in Vienna. Supported by the city, this ambulatory social-psychiatric

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