The UNITED consortium is pleased to announce that the Gipuzkoa Alzheimer Project (GAP) study has joined the consortium.read more
The UNITED consortium is excited to announce that the Study of health in Pomerania Study has joined the consortium.read more
We are excited to announce that the UC Davis Alzheimer's Diversity Study has joined the UNITED consortium. The UC Davis Alzheimer's Diversity Study, based in Davis, USA, focuses on looking into diverse populations and investigating if a mixture of influences for...read more
We are excited to announce that the Prospective Dementia Registry-Austria (PRODEM-Austria) has joined the UNITED consortium. PRODEM-Austria, financed by The Austrian Alzheimer Society, is an ongoing national prospective dementia registry including...read more
The GeneSTAR Study has joined the UNITED consortium. GeneStar is a family-based study in initially healthy brothers and sisters, and offspring of people with early-onset coronary disease (CHD). Based in in Baltimore, USA, the study investigates mechanisms of CHD and...read more
It has been a week since the AAIC and we have had time to reflect on a wonderful week in the sun.read more
The Austrian Stroke Prevention Study (ASPS) has joined the UNITED consortium.read more
We are excited to announce that the Czech Brain Aging Study (CBAS) has joined the UNITED consortium. CBAS was established in 2005 and is a longitudinal, observational study on aging and dementia from two large centers in the Czech Republic combining clinical care and...read more
We are excited to see widespread interest for the UNITED consortium in the exhibition hall of the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference this year.read more
We are delighted to begin working with SURFSara through the approval of our NWO grant.read more
Our board members have graciously agreed to advise the UNITED consortium through their complimentary experience and expertise within neurodegenerative diseases, neuroimaging, genetics, epidemiology and consortium initiatives. The chair of the UNITED consortium...read more
The UNITED consortium is strengthened by the National Alzheimer’s Coordinating Center (NACC). We will be adding their fruitful database of over 5,000 individuals with MRI images and clinical information to the UNITED consortium.read more
We are happy to announce the UNITED consortium are headed to the sunny shores of Los Angeles to set up in the exhibition hall of the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference this year in July.read more
We are happy to announce a new partner: Mikolaj Pawlak.read more
The publication “Full Exploitation of High-Dimensionality in Brain Imaging: The JPND working group Statement and Findings” was published at Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring.read more
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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