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Alzheimer Europe welcomes two new colleagues

Wednesday 01 May 2019

Alzheimer Europe is pleased to welcome two new colleagues:

Aideen O’Brien, Administrative Assistant

Aideen (pictured, right) joined the team on 1 April 2019. She is working part-time, providing administrative support.

Her responsibilities include: Uploading Alzheimer Europe reports and publications to the website; preparing documents and materials for meetings; taking board minutes; ensuring member associations’ details are kept up-to-date; and assistance with the Annual Conference. Aideen will also be supporting the policy and communications officers with administrative aspects of the European election campaign, as well as assisting the project team in keeping the database on guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of AD updated, and helping identify initiatives and materials related to intercultural care and support.

She can be reached at aideen.obrien@alzheimer-europe.org

Angela Bradshaw, Project Officer

Ange (pictured, left) joined the team on 1 May 2019. She is working full time, collaborating on VirtualBrainCloud and NEURONET - two of the EU projects supported by Alzheimer Europe.

Since completing her PhD at the University of Cambridge in 2008, Ange has worked as a postdoctoral researcher, research Fellow and then Lecturer at the University of Glasgow, developing gene therapy approaches for diseases that affect the vasculature.

She can be reached at angela.bradshaw@alzheimer-europe.org

You can see a list of all our staff at: www.alzheimer-europe.org/Alzheimer-Europe/Who-we-are/Our-staff

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