José Luis Molinuevo presents European research initiatives on Alzheimer’s Prevention in Japan

The scientific director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Research Program at the Barcelonaβeta Brain Research Center, José Luis Molinuevo, presented in Japan the EPAD project, in two conferences about European research initiatives on Alzheimer’s disease Prevention. On July 2nd, he participated in a session on Alzheimer’s disease at the 18th World Congress of Basic and Clinical…

Our sister project AMYPAD enrols its first research participant

Our sister project, Amyloid imaging to prevent Alzheimer’s disease (AMYPAD), which began its activities on October 2016, has recently enrolled its first research participant. The first participant was recruited in Geneva, Switzerland, within the diagnostic and patient management sub-study (DMPS) of the AMYPAD project. In this clinical study, researchers aim to include subjects suspected of possible…

Congratulations to Geneva University, the EPAD Trial Delivery Centre of the Month

We are delighted to announce that April was the most successful month to date with 73 new research participants enrolled in the EPAD Longitudinal Cohort Study. We continued the positive trend in recruitment of research participants by exceeding the 66 research participants enrolled in March and the 53 in February. Congratulations are due to Université de Genève (Geneva,…

Interview with Sarah Gregory

What is your current role in EPAD? I coordinate EPAD at the Edinburgh Trial Delivery Centre, working with a great team of research assistants, study doctors and research nurses to deliver the protocol. I oversee the daily running of the study in our TDC, making sure we have sufficient recruitment avenues to bring in new…