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HUMAN AMYLOID IMAGING CONFERENCE

The 15th edition of the HAI will be held in Miami, FL on January 11-13, 2023.

HAI 2023

HAI is happy to announce its return for the 15th Annual Edition to be held January 11-13, 2023 in downtown Miami, at the James L. Knight Center (illustrated below). We ask all our friends and fans to save these dates and remain tuned for more announcements regarding abstract submission, registration, etc.

Until then, we remain grateful to all our fans, supporters and sponsors, and look forward to reconnecting in January! 

IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract and scholarship application platform opens: October 10, 2022
Registration opens: October 10, 2022, 8 am US ET
Abstract and scholarship application platform closes: October 28, 2022, 11:59 pm US ET
Presenter notification of acceptance: on or around November 23, 2022 (selected presenters have 1 week to confirm participation)
Travel scholarship notification: on or around November 23, 2022
Program published: on or around December 36, 2022

 

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OBJECTIVES

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Attendees will have the opportunity to review the basic, fundamental principles of amyloid and tau PET imaging, including radiochemistry and radio-tracer synthesis, PET acquisition and data processing, including application of corrections for the partial volume effect and co-registration with structural data.  Particular attention will be given to the assessment of longitudinal PET data as it relates to methods of analysis and comparison to other domains of data, including structural and functional brain imaging data, and clinical and cognitive outcomes.

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Data analysis procedures discussed will include voxel-based and region-based approaches, masking for vulnerable regions, and choice of statistical procedures and specific use of control groups from older age groups.

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The concept of dichotomous versus continuous measures will continue to be extensively discussed, and the attendees should be able to characterize the advantages and disadvantages of both dichotomized and continuous variable approaches to analyses with respect to specific purposes or intended uses of the outcome.

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Attendees will have the opportunity to evaluate and compare amyloid and tau PET data in specific clinical and clinical research contexts, including review of typical findings in Alzheimer’s disease dementia, mild cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer’s disease, and in clinically normal individuals. These phenomena will also be related to familial forms of the disease and to non-AD processes such as fronto-temporal lobar degeneration and dementia with Lewy Bodies, and chronic traumatic encephalopathy.

HAI 2023 Executive Committee

Keith Johnson, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Maria Carrillo, PhD, Alzheimer’s Association
Teresa Gomez-Isla, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Thomas Karikari, PhD, University of Gothenburg
Beth Mormino, PhD, Stanford University
Julie Price, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital

HAI 2023 Theme Co-chairs

Suzanne Baker, PhD, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Tobey Betthauser, PhD, University of Wisconsin
Anne Cohen, PhD, University of Pittsburgh
Brad Christian, PhD, University of Wisconsin
Ansel Hillmer, PhD, Yale University School of Medicine
Milos Ikonomovic, MD, University of Pittsburgh
Heidi Jacobs, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Susan Landau, PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Laetitia Lemoine, PhD, Karolinska Institute
Beth Mormino, PhD, Stanford University
Melissa Murray, PhD, Mayo Clinic
Julie Price, PhD, Harvard Medical School
Gil Rabinovici, MD, University of California, San Francisco
Pedro Rosa-Neto, PhD, McGill University
Suzanne Schindler, MD, PhD, Washington University in St Louis
Henrik Zetterberg, MD, University of Gothenburg

HAI 2023 PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Suzanne Baker, PhD, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Olivier Barret, PhD, CEA / University Paris-Saclay
Tobey Betthauser, PhD, University of Wisconsin
Brad Christian, PhD, University of Wisconsin
Anne Cohen, PhD, University of Pittsburgh
Teresa Gomez-Isla, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Roger Gunn, PhD, Imperial College
Ansel Hillmer, PhD, Yale University
Kenji Ishii, MD, Tokyo Metropolitan Inst. of Gerontology
Milos Ikonomovic, MD, University of Pittsburgh
Clifford R. Jack, MD, Mayo Clinic
Heidi Jacobs, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Robert A. Koeppe, PhD, University of Michigan
Renaud La Joie, PhD, University of California, San Francisco
Susan Landau, PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Laetitia Lemoine, PhD, Karolinska Institute
Beth Mormino, PhD, Stanford University
Melissa Murray, PhD, Mayo Clinic
Pedro Rosa-Neto, MD, PhD, McGill University
Agneta Nordberg, MD, PhD, Karolinska Institute
Rik Ossenkoppele, PhD, VU University Medical Center
Julie Ottoy, PhD, University of Toronto
Julie Price, PhD, Harvard Medical School
Gil Rabinovici, MD, University of California, San Francisco
Susan Resnick, PhD, National Institute on Aging
Stephen Salloway, MD, Brown University
Sandra Sanabria, PhD, Genentech
Suzanne Schindler, MD, PhD, Washington University in St Louis
Les Shaw, PhD, Perelman School of Medicine
Reisa Sperling, MD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Rick Vandenberghe, MD, PhD, KU Leuven
Victor Villemagne, MD, The University of Melbourne
Sylvia Villeneuve, PhD, McGill University
Henrik Zetterberg, MD, University of Gothenburg

2023 HAI GRANTS and SPONSORSHIPS

HAI 2023 PLATINUM SPONSOR

HAI 2023 GOLD SPONSOR/SCHOLARSHIP SPONSOR

HAI 2023 GOLD SPONSORS

HAI 2023 SILVER SPONSORS

HAI 2023 BRONZE SPONSORS

2020 EVENT REVIEW

PODIUM PRESENTATIONS

38 podium presentations were selected from 214 submitted abstracts featured over 3 days.

KEYNOTE LECTURES

Alan Evans, Julie Schneider and Li-Huei Tsai.  

POSTER SESSIONS

214 abstract submissions with 166 poster presentations in nine sessions.

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

9 podium presentation sessions were each followed by 30 minute panel discussions and Q&A sessions.

2020 INTRODUCTORY NOTES and KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

2020 DIDACTIC SESSION PRESENTATIONS