Dear friends and colleagues,
Hope this newsletter finds you well. Such exciting times for our project! Just before the summer there has been a surge in activity showing that AMYPAD is more alive then ever, despite the end of the IMI funding period. This is not a big surprise for major projects where most of the data becomes available towards the end (think of EPAD), but quite impressive nevertheless. Gill and I are grateful to all that keep working on AMYPAD using local resources.
We are happy that ADDI has agreed to sponsor the work of David Vállez Garcia to enable the recent first public release of the AMYPAD Prognostic and Natural History Study (PNHS) data on the AD workbench, truly a milestone! This was advertised during the Featured Research Session of AMYPAD at AAIC in Amsterdam earlier this month, where we showcased our expertise in Centiloid quantification in an all-female line up.
Another recent highlight was the Euro-PAD symposium in London in May, kindly sponsored by GE and LMI, which showed the strength of cross-cohort and pan-European collaboration, sparkled by our work in the PNHS; certainly something to repeat next year.
Wishing you a great summer and lots of inspiration for next academic year.
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