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Aug 4 8:06am

Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC)

By Dr. Melanie Chandler, HABIT FL Director, @drmelaniechandler

AAIC

The leading international conference where scientists and clinicians come together to discuss the latest news in cognitive aging, MCI, and dementia took place in a virtual format last week.  Dr. Locke and I were originally supposed to travel to Amsterdam to present information on HABIT research and to learn from others.  Alas, we've had to do it from the safety of our living rooms instead. Maybe next year European vacation...

You can go and view a lot of the research and presentations from AAIC at the Alzheimer's Association's page.

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