2019

  • Julie Gonneaud’s poster entitled “Prediction of brain age using resting-state functional connectivity reveals accelerated aging in the preclinical phase of autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease, irrespectively of amyloid pathology” was featured at the 13th Human Amyloid Imaging (HAI 2019) conference. [poster]
  • Theresa Köbe’s poster entitled “Vascular medical treatment influences the association between vascular burden and amyloid pathology” was featured at the 13th Human Amyloid Imaging (HAI 2019) conference. [poster]
  • Alexa Pichet Binette’s poster entitled “[18F]AV1451 deposition pattern across the Alzheimer’s disease spectrum – Characterization at the individual level” was featured at the 13th Human Amyloid Imaging (HAI 2019) conference. [poster]
  • Alexa Pichet Binette’s poster entitled “Associations between behavioral factors and Alzheimer’s pathology: Findings from cognitively normal older adults at risk of AD and presymptomatic ADAD mutation carriers” was featured at the 13th Human Amyloid Imaging (HAI 2019) conference. [poster]
  • Melissa McSweeney’s poster entitled “Early increase in tau-PET signal is associated with changes in amyloid, CSF p-tau, and cognition in cognitively normal adults” was featured at the 13th Human Amyloid Imaging (HAI 2019) conference. [poster]

2018

  • Julie Gonneaud’s poster entitled “The preclinical phase of autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by accelerated brain aging” was featured at the Montreal AI & Neuroscience (MAIN) Conference 2018 and McConnell BIC Retreat, 2018. [poster]
  • Julie Gonneaud’s poster entitled “Prediction of brain age using resting-state functional connectivity reveals accelerated aging in the preclinical phase of autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease, irrespectively of amyloid pathology” was featured at the Sixth Biennial Conference on Resting State and Brain Connectivity, 2018. [poster]
  • Julie Gonneaud’s poster entitled “Genetic and Environmental Factors Are Differentially Related to Aβ Burden in the Presymptomatic Phase of Autosomal Dominant and Sporadic Alzheimer’s Disease” was featured at the AAIC 2018. [poster]
  • Melissa Mcsweeney’s poster entitled “Early Increase in Tau-PET Signal Is Associated with Aβ Burden, CSF p-Tau Levels, and Cognition in Cognitively Normal Late-Middle-Aged Adults” was featured at the AAIC 2018. [poster]
  • Alexa Pichet Binette’s poster entitled “Neuropsychiatric Burden Is Related to Increased Amyloid but Not Tau Deposition in Late-Middle-Aged Cognitively Normal Individuals with a Family History of Alzheimer’s Disease” was featured at the AAIC 2018. [poster]

2017

  • Sylvia Villeneuve’s poster entitled «Years to Parental Symptom Onset Predicts Amyloid Burden in Healthy Elderly with a Parental History of Sporadic Alzheimer’s Disease.» was featured at the AAIC 2017. [voir pdf]
  • Alexa Pichet Binette’s poster entitled «Moving away from single AD-signature ROI: Assessing the relationship between whole-brain gray matter pattern, AD pathology, and cognition in healthy elderly at risk of AD» was featured at the AAIC 2017. [voir pdf]
  • Etienne Vachon-Presseau’s poster entitled «Assessing the impact of inflammation on limbic circuitry and its role in depression in older adults» was featured at the AAIC 2017. [voir pdf]

2016

  • Jacob Vogel’s poster entitled “Regional gray matter volume and default mode network connectivity are associated with age relative to parental symptom onset in sporadic Alzheimer’s disease” was featured at the Douglas Hospital Research Centre’s Research Day on June 10th 2016, and at the AAIC. [view pdf]
  • Alexa Pichet Binette’s poster entitled “High CSF tau is related to reduced hippocampal volume and subjective cognitive decline in healthy elderly with amyloid pathology” was featured at the 2016 AAIC. [view pdf]