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It was a pleasure to welcome Professor Takeshi Iwatsubo to our guest speaker series. Takeshi Iwatsubo is a professor of neuropathology at the School of Medicine, University of Tokyo. Originally trained as a neurologist and neuropathologist, he has contributed to the studies of human neurodegenerative disorders, especially Alzheimer's (AD) and Parkinson's disease, using multidisciplinary approaches. Professor Iwatsubo provides a comprehensive review of the J-ADNI project and the insights to date. He further expanded on his laboratory's role to build a Japanese Trial Ready Cohort for preclinical/prodomal AD (J-TRAC). Progress is being made already with this approach, starting enrollment with the AHEAD, Trailblazer ALZ3 and other preclinical AD trials.
Dr Steven Chance and Omar Ehsan will be attending Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2022 in San Diego. We will present two posters. Come along and chat to us. We look forward to connecting with the AD global community and listening to all the wonderful scientific research and updates on clinicaltrials. We have plenty to share, say and play our part in defeating this terrible condition. Our two posters: 03 August (P4-199) - 'Regional pattern of cortical microstructural alterations along the AD continuum and association with plasma neurofilament light' 02 August (P3-189) - 'Ante mortem imaging of cortical microstructure relates to post mortem locus coeruleus hypopigmentation in autopsy-confirmed Alzheimer's disease'
It was a pleasure to host Dr Jeffrey Cummings in our guest speaker series. He provided an extensive review of the Alzheimer's drug development pipeline and identified a growing mix in that pipeline as other target mechanisms are being explored. During the session he reiterated the importance of having biomarkers in AD clincial trials as critical for future trials.
Dr Apostolova, is an IU Distinguished Professor and the Barbara and Peer Baekgaard Professor in Alzheimer's Disease Research and Professor in Neurology, Radiology, Medical and Molecular Genetics. In this session, she provides a more detailed perspective on the dynamics surrounding the use of Aducanumab and how best to track the potential side effects of that use (ARIA) with effective tools like MRI monitoring.