Lulling Astrid (Member )
Astrid Lulling is a Member of the European Parliament from the Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats).
She is currently a Member of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs and a member of the Women's Rights and Gender Equality Committee.
She is the founding Member of the European Alzheimer's Alliance and has been a member since 2007.
Her contributions to Alzheimer Europe's campaign to make dementia a European priority are numerous. In particular, she:
- attended a lunch debate at the European Parliament in June 2012 which defined Alzheimer’s disease in the new European public health and research programmes
- attended a lunch debate at the European Parliament in February 2012 which presented the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) and the PharmaCog project
- participated in the interview with MEPs in the run up of the elections for Alzheimer Europe's 'Election Special' of its third Dementia in Europe magazine in May 2009
- signed EP Written Declaration 80/2008 on the priorities in the fight against Alzheimer's disease
- to mark World Alzheimer's Day, invited Jean Georges (Director Alzheimer Europe) in September 2007 to participate in an interview for her regular webcasts in Luxembourg
- hosted a one-week exhibition in the European Parliament on the Paris Declaration in September 2007
- organised a press conference on Alzheimer's disease in the European Parliament after the launch of the Yearbook
- hosted a lunch-debate in the European Parliament in November 2006 to launch Alzheimer Europe's Paris Declaration and first Dementia in Europe Yearbook 2006.
Last Updated: lundi 16 juillet 2012