On 18 and 19 October, the University of Cologne (Germany) hosted the second Molecular Imaging of Neurodegeneration Cologne (MINC) symposium at the Park Inn by Radisson Cologne City West Hotel with the guiding theme “A synopsis on translational imaging of neurodegeneration”. The event gathered national and international experts in neurodegeneration from various research disciplines, including preclinical and clinical imaging, translational neuroscience, and neuroimmunology. The aim was to gain a comprehensive disease understanding and assisting translation of basic preclinical research to basic clinical research. In addition, this time early career scientists had the opportunity to present their research in a data blitz format. You can download the program of the event here.
The AMYPAD consortium is a combination of nine academic partners, three industrial partners, two SMEs and one patient organisation. We are glad to see that our partner the University of Cologne shared some of our WP2 results by presenting an AMYPAD-poster at the MINC-symposium titled “Methodological and Logistic Strategies for a Large Multi-Center β-Amyloid PET European Project: Amyloid Imaging to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease (AMYPAD)”. Do not hesitate to download the AMYPAD poster presented on our website here.