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25 Nov 2020: The 1st NO-AD Network Annual Meeting

We welcome you to attend the 1st NO-AD network annual meeting in Trondheim, Norway on the 25th  of November 2020.

Open to ALL: Free registration (link at the end) and free attendance.

This event is organized by the Norwegian National anti-Alzheimer’s disease network (NO-AD), and we are pleased to invite you to attend our very first annual meeting. Our NO-AD national members, Advisory Board members, and User Representatives have been invited to attend this one-day event. In addition to talks covering the latest progress of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) related to its etiologies, diagnosis, and transnational studies, there will be talks by major Norwegian politicians, industry partners, and AD patient family members covering broad topics of AD. Welcome

Logistics: For the none-Trondheim-based NO-AD members, please contact karoline.hovde@ntnu.no for the arrangement on hotel and flights; due to tight budget and based on the numbers of attendants, NO-AD may cover partial flight/hotel cost to the NO-AD members. For non-NO-AD members, please take care of your own trip plan and finance by yourselves.

News and media: please contact rubengu@student.ibv.uio.no

Science: please contact Menno Witter (menno.witter@ntnu.no) or Evandro Fang (e.f.fang@medisin.uio.no)

Preliminary programme (updated periodically): flier

A warm welcome from the NO-AD network

The NO-AD network is currently receiving funding support from Nasjonalforeningen. We thank our contributors for their generous support on our mission to unveil the mechanisms behind Alzheimer’s disease (AD). With the support from our funders we aim to uncover the secrets of AD and contribute to the development of novel treatments. 

Associate Professor Evandro F. Fang (UiO and Akershus University Hospital, right) and Professor Menno P. Witter (NTNU, left) are leading the Norwegian National Alzheimer’s Disease network. Photo (Asgeir Kobro-Flatmoen)

Current secretary is Mr. Ruben Gudmundsrud (UiO and Akershus university hospital)