Press release: European research project aims at early diagnosis of memory disorders

3/18/14

800 patients to participate in testing new diagnostic procedures

The PredictND project, started by European research organisations, aims at developing and validating new procedures for the earlier diagnosis of memory disorders and for detecting individuals at high risk of developing memory disorders. Millions of Europeans who are at risk for experiencing any kind of memory loss would benefit from such a solution. The novel approach will be tested on 800 patients in four hospitals in Finland, Denmark, the Netherlands and Italy. The PredictND project is coordinated by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and funded by the EU.

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1/31/18Final team and management board meeting in Finnish Lapland
10/4/17PredictND workshop in Berlin
3/14/17Reviewers rate PredictND progress as excellent
3/6/17PredictND management and project team meeting held in Copenhagen
12/7/16EU Project PredictND held a general assembly meeting in London
9/20/16PredictND completes baseline data collection for early detection of neurodegenerative diseases
8/22/16Two talks at AAIC 2016 in July 23-28
2/15/16PredictND team and management board meeting 5, Kuopio, Finland
1/11/16PredictND's diagnostic tool features on Dutch radio
10/1/15PredictND team and management board meeting 4, Perugia, Italy
4/22/157th Kuopio Alzheimer symposium, June 11 - 13, 2015
3/20/15A 800 person clinical study started
3/3/15PredictND team and management board meeting 3, London, UK
10/20/14Alzheimer Europe 2015 Glasgow
4/4/14The webpages are open!
3/18/14Press release: European research project aims at early diagnosis of memory disorders