Anna is a Neuropsychologist focused on Alzheimer's disease prevention at the Barcelonabeta Brain Research Center (BBRC) in Barcelona, Spain.
Her parents, Frida Kahlo, Steve Jobs
Words of Strength
Commitment, building relationships, openness, resilience
To reduce the scale and impact of dementia, Anna believes we need to include primary prevention in health policies and improve the general brain health status of the population.
Anna is studying the efficacy of remote cognitive tests in cognitively unimpaired individuals to identify those at risk of Alzheimer's disease. This will contribute to promote equity and to reduce disparities in dementia prevention.
The high prevalence of Alzheimer's disease (AD) makes it crucial to improve the early identification of individuals at higher risk of cognitive decline that could benefit from their participation in dementia prevention interventions to reduce or delay the onset of AD.
Anna Brugulat-Serrat received her PhD from Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, in Biomedicine (2019). She received a master’s degree in Neuropsychology from the Autonomous University, (Barcelona, 2010). She has since developed a research career focused on the Alzheimer's disease prevention at the Barcelona Beta Brain Research Center (BBRC). In this, Brugulat-Serrat is part of the Alzheimer’s clinical research program as a Neuropsychologist.