Cognition and Alzheimer’s Technology at AAIC 2017

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10 July 2017

Cognition and Alzheimer’s Technology at AAIC 2017

Cambridge Cognition is attending the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in London.

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We are pleased to announce that we will be attending the AAIC Annual Conference.

Visit us on Booth #808 to see the latest cognitive assessment technology in Alzheimer’s research and speak to our cognition and technology experts.

We will also be presenting new data on the use of new digital health technologies such as voice-based cognitive assessments and using computerised cognitive tests to predict clinical diagnosis. 

Speak to us at AAIC to learn more about digital health solutions for:

  • Patient recruitment in Alzheimer’s disease trials
  • Identifying and assessing patients for early signs of MCI
  • Measuring treatment efficacy
  • Demonstrating real-world efficacy to patients, clinicians & payers

AAIC 2017

 

Our AAIC 2017 highlights 

Technology and Dementia Preconference

Saturday, July 15 | Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, Trinity Suite, London | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Poster #19680: Feasibility of Automated Voice Based Cognitive Assessment on a Consumer Voice Platform

Nick Taptiklis, Head of Technology Strategy

 

Saturday, July 15 | Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, Trinity Suite, London | 11:20 AM – 11:25 AM

Presentation #17329: Feasibility of Automated Voice Based Cognitive Assessment on a Consumer Voice Platform

Nick Taptiklis, Head of Technology Strategy

 

Alzheimer's Association International Conference

Sunday, July 16 | ExCel Center, London | 9:30 AM – 4:15 PM

Poster #17243: Paired Associates Learning: Adding Sensitivity By Measuring Reaction Times

Francesca Cormack, PhD, Director of Research and Innovation
 

Monday, July 17 | ExCel Center, London | 4:15 PM – 5:45 PM

Oral #17013: Predicting Clinical Diagnosis from Patterns of Impaired Performance on Computerised Cognitive Testing in a Mixed Neurological Sample

Francesca Cormack, PhD, Director of Research and Innovation
 

Wednesday, July 19 | ExCel Center, London | 9:30 AM – 4:15 PM

Poster #15992: Pre-Screening for Episodic Memory Deficits Can Enrich for Eligible Subjects in Early Alzheimer’s Disease Clinical Trials

Rosemary Abbott, PhD, Senior Statistical Analyst

 

To learn more, visit Booth #808 or speak with one of our experts.

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