Since 2013, we have held an annual symposium to showcase new resources from the Adult Changes in Thought (ACT) Study, highlight innovative research findings, share new grant ideas, and promote cross-disciplinary collaborations. The symposium enables us to:
The 2022 ACT Symposium will address critical topics in aging and dementia research, including resilience, brain imaging, dementia subtypes, molecular phenotypes, and traumatic brain injury, among other areas.
The ACT Symposium helps increase use of the ACT living laboratory — a dynamic and growing repository of multiple data sources. The Symposium also provides a creative, welcoming space for top investigators to exchange innovative research ideas and accelerate Alzheimer’s disease and brain aging research.