Conferences 2024! Come chat with us!

We can confirm we will be attending OHBM (Korea) and AAIC (USA) this year and possibly more conferences such as ADI (Poland). We will not be exhibiting this year but will be available for meetings and informal chats, and also presenting some of our accessible imaging...

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Low field MRI update

Our build is nearly ready!  Dr. Josh Harper, from UPA – La Universidad Paraguayo Alemana, visited the Netherlands in January for some last minute discussions and to pick up some important parts to finalize the low field scanner he is building with us in Paraguay. He...

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AAIC 2023

We were privileged this year to welcome you all to the Netherlands for the AAIC. We had an amazing time connecting, and reconnecting, with many of you from all over the world. Our booth this year was a little more diverse with the addition of our low-field MRI magnet...

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AAIC 2022

In July 2022, Hieab, Eliza and Tavia traveled to San Diego to the Alzheimer Association International Conference (AAIC). It was the first time in 3 years that we had the privilege to join the consortium in person. We had the opportunity to talk to a wide range of...

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New collaboration: Ultra-low-field MRI!

“IN MUCH OF THE WORLD, MRI is simply unavailable. A team in the Netherlands hopes its scanner will change that.” A recent article outlined the exciting developments in ultra-low-field MRI and the impact it is having on portable imaging, but also the potential it has...

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South America update – Peru part 2

In Arequipa, Peru, we had the wonderful opportunity to give an interactive workshop and discussion on brain image analysis at the Universidad Católica San Pablo. Read the full update here!

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Tavia receives grant for women in science!

We can proudly announce that our chief of imaging, Tavia Evans, has received the Incentive Grant for Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math 2021 from NWO (The Dutch Research Council).

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Newsletter December

Webinar online, UNITED goes Spanish, new team members and a grant for our chief of imaging. Read our latest newsletter here!

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UNITED goes Spanish!

Did you miss our online meeting with South America? Watch it here! We explain in Spanish who we are, what we do and what we can offer in terms of genetics and imaging.

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The aim of the UNITED consortium is to be global platform for research on neurodegeneration that is inclusive of populations from currently underrepresented countries, including South America, Africa and Asia. It’s abbreviation – UNITED – underlines our position in bridging a divided world.


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