ADI is the international federation of Alzheimer and dementia associations around the world, which partners closely with the World Health Organization (WHO). ADI’s vision is to create an ecosystem that reduces the risk, improves the timely diagnosis, and improves access to care for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. This year ADI conference’s theme is: “Dementia: Insights. Innovations. Inspirations” and will gather experts from all over the world. The conference’s program is structured around the 7 action areas of the WHO’s Global Action Plan against dementia: increase in policymaking, awareness, prevention and diagnosis, research, care and access to treatment.
At ADI, our team will present the results of TelDem, a collaborative project between AICURA and Matthias Schroeter from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive Brain Sciences (MPI CBS). The project is aimed at developing a deep-learning tool that can classify and predict the progression of dementia syndromes. To learn more about the TelDem project, please click here.
We are looking forward to presenting the results from the TelDem project, where AICURA, in collaboration with its partners, is working on enhancing the diagnostic workflows and increasing treatment access for dementia disorders; all to achieve better patient outcomes. We’re looking forward to seeing you in Krakow this Spring.