ADNeT News August 2023

Welcome to the August edition of the ADNeT Newsletter. September is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and I encourage everyone to follow ADNeT on social media, as we will be sharing preventative lifestyle tips for healthy cognition and preventing cognitive decline. It is...
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In The News

Professor Colin Masters, ADNeT Memory Clinics Co-Lead, featured on Channel 7 News discussing the new Alzheimer’s drug Leqembi (Lecanemab) and what this potentially means for Australians. Watch the video here ADNeT Deputy Director Professor Perminder Sachdev has co-authored a ground-breaking study...
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Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

As we mark Alzheimer's Awareness Month this September, we want to thank the involvement and contribution of people living with dementia and their carers to research. The Australian Dementia Network recognise the importance of genuine partnerships and involvement of members directly...
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ADNeT Central Governance Team immerses in virtual reality

The ADNeT Central Governance Team visited Dementia Australia for a session showcasing their virtual reality technology EDIE (Educational Dementia Immersive Experience, pronounced “Eddie”). This immersive experience enables participants to see the world through the eyes of a person living with dementia...
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ADNeT Early-Mid Career Researcher’s Accelerator Group Corner

The ADNeT EMCR Accelerator Group have put together a short video highlighting the work they do to support and advocate for early mid-career researchers and help develop future leaders. View it here: ADNeT EMCR Accelerator Group Co-Chair Dr Stephanie Wong was...
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