Affiliated By

WMSTCO

International Conference on

Dementia and Alzheimer's

Theme: A comprehensive approach to recent advances in the treatment of Dementia and Alzheimer’s.

19-Apr-2021 - 20-Apr-2021 Warsaw, Poland

  • 315
    Days
  • 11
    Hours
  • 55
    Minutes
  • 16
    Seconds
CPD Accredited

Early Bird Registration

31-Mar-2020

Abstract Submission Closes

01-Mar-2021

About Conference

The International Conference on Dementia and Alzheimer’s will be held on April 19-20, 2021 in Warsaw, Poland and will discuss new trends, approaches, discoveries and advanced technologies that help in combating Dementia and Alzheimer’s. The gathering further aims to study the reason behind the continuous rise in Dementia and Alzheimer’s diseases; what the advanced treatment options available are; and, how the diseases can be contained globally. As part of the conference, there will be brainstorming sessions and discussions on the subject among the participants which will provide all the attendees an option to learn more about these diseases and new ways to deal with them.


Students and researchers on Dementia and Alzheimer’s can take part in the scientific sessions and tracks related to the field and receive instructive feedback from professionals in the field including scientists and university professors. Delegates representing the pharmaceutical, medical and laboratory equipment manufacturing companies can foster new connections with doctors, surgeons, medical laboratories, and scientific societies and associations to promote their products and services.


Dementia describes a group of symptoms that are associated with a decline in memory which affects the way a person performs his everyday activities. The most common symptoms of dementia are loss of memory, difficulties in language and judgment, damage to the functioning of complex motor skills, and other intellectual functions. It is a neurological disorder caused by either permanent damage or by the death of nerve cells in the brain.


Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease affecting the brain and results in impairment of the brain and other cognitive skills. Neither the exact causes of Alzheimer’s nor the specific cure are still unknown. Almost 40 million people across the world dementia and Alzheimer’s and the number is slated to reach 65 million within the next 15 years. The conference focuses on all the aspects of the disease including its symptoms, causes and treatment options available and discoveries and approaches in treatment.

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