ADNeT News May 2024

Welcome to the May edition of the ADNeT newsletter! I'm thrilled to announce that ADNeT has secured funding in the federal budget ($1.7 million for fiscal year 2024–25). This funding underscores the importance of ADNeT’s work in advancing the healthcare system's...
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In The News

Scientists find key to reduce risk of Alzheimer’s by 70 per cent A super gene that may reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease by as much as 70 per cent has been uncovered by scientists. Here’s what it could mean...
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ADNeT’s Welcomes New Partners

ADNeT is excited to welcome three esteemed institutions as new partners: Griffith Health, the Dementia Australia Research Foundation (DARF), and Deakin University. These partnerships mark a significant step forward in ADNeT's pursuit of comprehensive dementia research encompassing early diagnosis, prevention, treatment,...
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Australian Dementia Research Forum 2024

The Australian Dementia Research Forum 2024 (ADRF2024) is coming up in a matter of weeks, on June 3-5, and will once again be held on the sunny Gold Coast, Queensland. Registrations close on May 17, so there is limited time to...
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Project: Young-onset dementia: pathways to care, gaps, barriers and positives

The Young Onset Dementia (YOD) Special Interest Group, supported by ADNeT, is hoping to collect data through surveys from those treating or living with YOD in order to identify gaps and barriers in the care pathway. The findings will help advocate...
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