The Australian Dementia Research Forum (ADRF) allows the Australian Dementia Network (ADNeT) to recognise leaders in dementia research with prestigious awards. These awards celebrate established, early and mid-career researchers in this vital field. For the third consecutive year, the Baillieu Myer AC Award will be granted to an...
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Welcome to the March edition of the ADNeT newsletter. Welcome to the March edition of the ADNeT newsletter. It is anticipated to be an exciting year for dementia research in 2024. Recent breakthroughs in Alzheimer’s disease diagnostics and treatment offer a...
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In The News

ADNeT Director Professor Chris Rowe was interviewed by both Channel 7 News and RACGP’s digital news publication newsGP about new blood based biomarker tests for pTau217, which can accurately predict the likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s disease. ADNeT and the Australian Imaging, Biomarkers...
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Recruitment for clinical trials of lecanemab in Australia

Lecanemab drug trials are being conducted in Australia and immediate access to these ground-breaking drugs is attainable through participation in clinical trials facilitated by ADNeT. Studies have shown that lecanamab can slow cognitive decline caused by Alzheimer's disease (AD) by up...
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Australian Dementia Research Forum 2024

The Australian Dementia Research Forum (ADRF2024) is the premier annual event that brings together dementia researchers, health professionals and policy makers, as well as people living with dementia and their families and carers, to discuss the latest research, innovations, and best practices in...
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