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The conference this year, will focus on leading multi-site and big data dementia imaging initiatives in the UK and Europe.

The 4th UK Dementia MRI Conference will take place at St. Anne's College, University of Oxford on 1st July 2019.

This conference will build on the three successful prior meetings, which have provided a much-needed platform for clinicians and researchers to discuss the latest advances and challenges in dementia neuroimaging.

The meeting will feature four sessions, for which we have assembled an expert line-up of speakers from the UK and Europe:

  • Multi-site Neuroimaging
  • Big Data and Population Imaging Markers
  • Multi-site MR Harmonisation
  • Multi-modal Neuroimaging Targets in Dementia

There will be three poster sessions, an interactive panel discussion and a keynote lecture by Professor Frederik Barkhof from VU University Amsterdam.

The conference will be followed by a drinks reception at the college at 5.30pm.

We encourage abstract submissions from students and early career postdoctoral researchers.
The deadline for submitting an abstract is 26 May 2019 and for registration is 26 June 2019.

Download the programme

Register here

If you have any queries please contact: sana.suri@psych.ox.ac.uk 

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