Chairs: Kerry Kilbourn, William McGeown
Electrophysiological methods have provided important insights into the way the brain processes information, from single neurons to large-scale brain networks. These methods have also contributed to our understanding of how Alzheimer's disease affects brain activity. Electrophysiological methods provide a crucial bridge between brain activity and cognition, and show considerable promise as translatable biomarkers in both preclinical and clinical applications.
The Electrophysiology PIA we will provide a forum for education through symposia and lectures, provide a platform for networking with members who share subspecialties and support junior scientists and other researchers to learn about the latest developments in the field.
- Alliance of Women Alzheimer's Researchers (AWARE)
- Atypical Alzheimer's disease and Associated Syndromes
- Blood-Based Biomarkers
- Down Syndrome and Alzheimer's Disease
- Neuropsychiatric Syndromes
- Perioperative Cognition
- Psychosocial Understanding and Intervention
- Vascular Cognitive Disorders
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