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16th Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) Symposium, Special Topic Workshop and Annual Alzheimer's Public Educational Forum
Miami Beach Resort
4833 Collins Avenue
Miami, United States
16th Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) Symposium, Special Topic Workshop and Annual Alzheimer's Public Educational Forum

World Events Forum


Miami Beach Resort


United States

Schedule of Presentations:

Saturday, January 20, 2018
02:05:00 Q&A
06:00:00 New Presentation
07:15:00 Check-in and Continental Breakfast
08:15:00 Welcome Notes/Introduction to Symposium Ranjan Duara
08:30:00 Session Overview Andrew Saykin
08:30:00 SESSION 1: APOE4, Non E4 and Epigenetics of LOAD Andrew Saykin
08:35:00 KEYNOTE LECTURE: APOE4, Non E4 and Epigenetics of Sudha Seshadri
09:05:00 Q&A
09:10:00 Role of Apolipoprotein E in Neurodegenerative Dementia Henrietta Nielsen
09:25:00 Q&A
09:30:00 Polygenic Hazard Score in LOAD Chin Hong Tan
09:45:00 Q&A
09:50:00 Epigenetics of LOAD Debomoy K. Lahiri
10:05:00 Q&A
10:10:00 BREAK
10:40:00 Imaging Genetics of APOE and Non-APOE factors in LOAD Andrew Saykin
10:55:00 Q&A
11:00:00 Panel Discussion/Q&A
11:30:00 SESSION 2: Cognitive and Brain Reserve Ronald C. Petersen
11:30:00 Session Overview Ronald C. Petersen
11:35:00 KEYNOTE LECTURE: Cognitive and Brain Reserve: Emerging Concepts Yaakov Stern
12:05:00 Q&A
12:10:00 The Role of Cognitive Reserve in the Neuropsychological Diagnosis of Normal and Abnormal Aging Dorene RentZ
12:25:00 Q&A
12:30:00 LUNCH
12:45:00 Q&A
13:30:00 The Impact of Cognitive Reserve on CSF Biomarkers of AD Sanjay Asthana
13:50:00 Behavioral Markers of Cognitive Reserve Robert Wilson
14:10:00 Panel Discussion/ Q&A Glenn Smith
14:40:00 SESSION 3: Mild Behavioral Impairment Chair: Mary Ganguli, MD, MPH University of Pittsburgh Mary Ganguli
14:40:00 Overview Mary Ganguli
14:45:00 Mild Behavioral Impairment (MBI): Symptoms, Prodrome, or False Alarm? Constantine Lyketsos
15:15:00 Q&A
15:20:00 Neuropsychiatric Symptoms as Predictors of MCI and Dementia: Epidemiologic Evidence Yonas Geda
15:35:00 Q&A
15:40:00 Break
16:10:00 Are there Neuroimaging Signatures for MBI? A Review of the Five Domains Zahinoor Ismail
16:25:00 Q&A
16:30:00 Association of Amyloid-β with Depression-Related Symptoms in Cognitively Normal Older Adults Nancy Donovan
16:45:00 Q&A
16:50:00 Panel Discussion/ Q&A
17:20:00 Networking Reception
Sunday, January 21, 2018
06:00:00 Q&A
06:00:00 New Presentation
07:30:00 Continental Breakfast and Check-in
08:30:00 Welcome Notes Ranjan Duara
08:35:00 Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease: Where We Are and Prospects for the Future Serge Gauthier
09:05:00 Q&A
09:10:00 Introduction Monica Rosselli
09:10:00 WORKSHOP: Bilingualism: Neuropsychology and Imaging Monica Rosselli
09:15:00 KEYNOTE LECTURE: Bilingualism: Consequences for the Progression of MCI Howard Chertkow
09:45:00 Q&A
10:05:00 Q&A
10:10:00 Break
10:40:00 Structural MRI and Memory in Bilinguals and Monolinguals with MCI Monica Rosselli
10:55:00 Q&A
11:00:00 Bilingualism and Dementia Prevention: Neuroprotection as Studied in The Brain Jubin Abutalebi
11:15:00 Q&A
11:20:00 Neural Efficiency in Lifelong Bilinguals Studied by Functional MRI Brian Gold
11:35:00 Q&A
11:40:00 Panel Discussion/Q&A David Loewenstein
12:10:00 LUNCH
13:00:00 Check-in and Refreshments
13:30:00 Welcome Notes Ranjan Duara
13:35:00 Overview
13:35:00 Overview David Loewenstein
13:40:00 Advances in the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease Serge Gauthier
14:10:00 Q&A
14:15:00 Genetics of Late Onset Alzheimer’s Disease Andrew Saykin
14:30:00 Q&A
14:35:00 Cognitive Reserve Dorene RentZ
14:50:00 Q&A
14:55:00 BREAK
15:25:00 Mood and Behavior Changes in Early Alzheimer's Disease Mary Ganguli
15:40:00 Q&A
15:45:00 The Importance of Bilingualism in Cognitive Aging Howard Chertkow
16:00:00 Q&A
16:05:00 Panel Discussion and Q&A04
16:50:00 Closing Notes Ranjan Duara
21:50:00 Active Bilingualism as a Cognitive Reserve Mechanism in Mild Cognitive Impairment Marco Calabria
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