18 July 2022
Join us at AAIC 2022
We are looking forward to attending this year’s Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) in San Diego from 31st July to 4th August and learning about the latest developments in dementia research.
Meet us at Booth 108 to try out our tech and meet the scientists behind it
Come and visit us as Booth 108 to see live demos of some of our tasks and talk to the team about how we can help you to achieve your study goals, whether this is through using our gold-standard CANTABTM battery of cognitive assessments or how our digital health products can support virtual clinical trials and daily at-home assessments.
Featured research session with leaders from industry and academia who are working to advance Virtual Clinical Trials in Alzheimer’s Disease
Join our Chief Scientist, Dr Francesca Cormack, who is chairing the Featured Research and Focused Topic Session "Virtual Clinical Trials in Alzheimer's Disease" on Tuesday August 2nd at 11.15 am.
Dr Cormack will also be presenting during the session on “Automating the verbal paired associates test to assess memory remotely and at scale.”
Poster presentations on our latest developments in voice AI and smartphone assessments for clinical trials.
We are presenting several posters at the pre-conference and full conference.
Presenter: Alex Kaula, R&D scientist
- Validating a set of Verbal-Paired-Associates word-pair lists for Repeat, Remote, Automated Testing. Saturday, July 30 (Technology and Dementia Preconference) and Tuesday, August 2
- Memorability of Word-Pairs: Developing a Method for Generation of Calibrated Stimulus Sets for Repeat, Remote, Automated Testing – Saturday, July 30 (Technology and Dementia Preconference) and Wednesday, August 3
Presenting on behalf of Alex Anwyl-Irvine, R&D scientist
- A novel episodic memory test optimized for smart phone high-frequency assessments – Saturday, July 30 (Technology and Dementia Preconference) and Tuesday, August 2
- Novel remote episodic memory assessment: An Agile development pipeline methodology for task selection, Monday, August 1
Presenter: Kenton Zavitz, Director of Clinical Affairs (on behalf of Elizabeth Baker, Director of Statistical Sciences)
- Comparability and usability of Paired Associates Learning task (PAL) delivered on a smartphone. Sunday, July 31
Presenter: Jennifer Sorinas, Novartis:
- Dual tasking paradigm in clinical stages of early Alzheimer’s disease – Saturday, July 30 (Alzheimer’s Imaging Consortium preconference) and Sunday, July 31 (Virtual poster)
Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a one-to-one with the team.