Bringing together clinicians and researchers in the UK working on frontotemporal dementia and associated disorders.
We run an Early Career Researcher prize for FTD researchers – this is open to any researcher who is a research assistant, PhD student or postdoctoral researcher within 5 years of completion of their PhD.
2020 – 10th Annual Meeting – UCL – 11th September
|10.00am||Welcome to the meeting and introduction||Jonathan Rohrer, James Rowe & Stuart Pickering-Brown|
|10.10am||The FTD Prevention Initiative||Lucy Russell (UCL)|
|10.30am||Transdiagnostic approaches in FTD||Matt Lambon-Ralph (University of Cambridge)|
|10.50am||Synaptic PET imaging in FTD||Mica Clarke (UCL) and Maura Malpetti (University of Cambridge)|
|11.40am||Proteomics of TDP-43 proteinopathies||Christina Toomey (UCL)|
|12.00pm||Towards gene therapy in progranulin||Chris Shaw (King's College London)|
|2.00pm||New therapies for GRN-associated FTD||Gerhard Koenig (Arkuda)|
|2.50pm||Providing support to people with FTD and their families in the UK||Panel discussion with short talks|
|3.20pm||Alzheimer's Society ECR prizes - introduction and award|
|3.30pm||Basic Science Prize for Early Career UK FTD Researcher sponsored by the Alzheimer's Society|
|3.40pm||Clinical Science Prize for Early Career UK FTD Researcher sponsored by the Alzheimer's Society|