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Workshop Agenda

Alzheimer’s Diagnostic Criteria Validation: Exploration of Next Steps
A Workshop

Monday, July 18, 2011
2011 International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease

 

10:30 a.m.   

Session Overview

WILLIAM THIES
Chief Medical and Scientific Officer
Alzheimer’s Association

GABRIELLE SILVER
Global Strategic Marketing Leader, Neurology
GE Healthcare

        
10:40 a.m.   

Updating the Diagnostic Criteria: Two Guidelines

•   Review the primary updates to the criteria

•   Examine the similarities and differences between the National Institute of Aging/Alzheimer’s Association and International Working Group guidelines

•   Discuss the role the new criteria will have in a clinical setting

PHILLIP SCHELTENS
Director
Alzheimer Center
Vrije Universiteit Medical Center



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B Workshop Agenda Alzheimer’s Diagnostic Criteria Validation: Exploration of Next Steps A Workshop Monday, July 18, 2011 2011 International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease 10:30 a.m. Session Overview WILLIAM THIES Chief Medical and Scientific Officer Alzheimer’s Association GABRIELLE SILVER Global Strategic Marketing Leader, Neurology GE Healthcare 10:40 a.m. Updating the Diagnostic Criteria: Two Guidelines • eview the primary updates to the criteria R • xamine the similarities and differences between the E National Institute of Aging/Alzheimer’s Association and International Working Group guidelines • iscuss the role the new criteria will have in a clinical D setting PHILLIP SCHELTENS Director Alzheimer Center Vrije Universiteit Medical Center 19

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20 ALZHEIMER’S DIAGNOSTIC GUIDELINES 11:05 a.m. Validating the New Criteria: Lessons Learned from Cardiovascular Disease and Cholesterol • xplore challenges and lessons learned in the validation E of cholesterol as a biomarker • dentify lessons learned that could be applied in the I validation of AD guidelines ROBERT MAHLEY Senior Investigator Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease and Neurological Disease University of California, San Francisco 11:45 a.m. Panel Discussion: Identifying Principle Strategies for Validation of New Criteria • dentify a set of core principles that can be used to I validate the newly proposed diagnostic criteria guidelines for symptomatic pre-dementia and dementia AD • iscuss next steps and strategies for moving forward D o Examine the types of studies needed, their design and execution WILLIAM THIES, Moderator Chief Medical and Scientific Officer Alzheimer’s Association MONIQUE BRETELER Professor German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases DAVID BROOKS Professor, Imperial College Chief Medical Officer, GE Healthcare CHARLES DeCARLI Director Alzheimer’s Disease Center University of California, Davis

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21 APPENDIX B ROBERT MAHLEY Senior Investigator Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease and Neurological Disease University of California, San Francisco 12:30 p.m. ADJOURN

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