Updates on Research and Clinical Networking in Latin America
Join us on November 15 for a virtual meeting to hear research updates from investigators at the Latin American Brain Health Institute (BrainLat) and the Multi-Partner Consortium to Expand Dementia Research in Latin America (ReDLat). The agenda will include talks focused on values and best practices in international research collaborations and updates from the Brain Bank of the Brazilian Aging Brain Study Group. This meeting will serve as an opportunity to share ideas for future research and networking and explore potential collaborations.
This virtual meeting is hosted by BrainLat and the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) and made possible by support from ReDLat funders, including the National Institute on Aging, Alzheimer’s Association, Rainwater Charitable Foundation, and Alector.
Read more about the Multi-Partner Consortium to Expand Dementia Research in Latin America (ReDLat) and members involved.
View the full agenda and speaker lineup below or here.
Successful International Research Collaborations
Presentation of working groups (10 min each):
- Clinical and Cognitive Assessment: Kate Possin, Associate Professor of Neurology, UCSF; GBHI Faculty
- Neuroimaging: Enzo Tagliazucchi, Neuroscientist, BrainLat
- Specimen Handling: Jennifer Yokoyama, Associate Professor of Neurology, UCSF; GBHI Faculty
- Data Management: Nano Santamaría, Psychiatrist and Researcher; Atlantic Fellow, GBHI
The future of ReDLat:
- Agustin Ibañez, Director, BrainLat; Senior Atlantic Fellow, GBHI
Models and Regulations based on the Brain Bank experience
Updates on Latin American and Caribbean Consortium on Dementia
Speaker: Mario Parra, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Strathclyde
Latin American Brain Health Institute
Speaker: Claudia Duran-Aniotz, Co-Director, BrainLat
Seed grant presentations:
• Short presentations of each seed grant (6 projects; 5 minutes each)
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