Conferences and symposiums Second Scientific Symposium by the Swedish FTD Initiative
Welcome to the Swedish FTD Initiative Scientific Symposium 2021 on 15 April 2021, between 09:00 and 16:00. The symposium will include an exciting update for clinicians and researchers with an interested in FTD.
Join the digital meeting
Via Zoom link
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Some requests for the online meeting
- Please mute your audio.
- Please have your video turned on so we can provide a virtual audience for the speakers as well as see everyone.
- Please display your name in the Zoom-window
- Questions: please raise your “digital hand” in Zoom or type into the chat box to let us know if you have a question/comment. Questions will be addressed at the end of the talks.
Topics all relate to FTD and include the recently published SweFTDI guidelines for clinical assessment of, differential diagnosis to primary psychiatric disease, an update on the ongoing and planned clinical trials in FTD, a presentation of the research participant’s perspective, proteomics for biomarker discovery in FTD as well as ongoing research in SweFTDI. See attached program.
Caroline Graff, Karolinska Institutet, Swedish FTD Initiative
Lena Kilander, Uppsala University Hospital
Yolande Pijnenburg, Amsterdam Univerisity Medical Center, The Nehterlands
Jonathan Rohrer, UCL, London, United Kingdom
Caroline Greaves, UCL, London, United Kingdom
Charlotte Teunessen, Amsterdam University Medical Center, The Netherlands
John C van Swieten, Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Luke Harper, PhD student, affiliation Clinical Memory Research Unit, Lund University
Stefan Ståhl, The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
Sofia Bergström, PhD, SciLifeLab KTH
Linn Öijerstedt, PhD student, Karolinska Institutet
Behzad Khoshnood, Postdoc, Karolinska Institutet
Divya Brundavanam, Postdoc, Karolinska Institutet
Swedish FTD Initiative is a collaboration between Karolinska Institutet, SciLifeLab KTH, The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Karolinska University Hospital, supported by The Schörling Foundation.