Anne Remes, MD, is a professor of neurology and her clinical work and research have been focused on dementing diseases. She is an expert in diagnostics, imaging, biomarkers, and molecular genetics of early-onset dementia and especially frontotemporal dementia (FTD). She belongs to the international Genetic FTD Initiative (GENFI) and FRONTIERS networks. She is also the partner of FTD spectrum disorders in ERN-RND (European Reference Network for Rare Neurological Diseases). Prof. Remes has worked actively with patient associations as well as in training of medical doctors, nurses and volunteers. She acts as the President of Union Council of The Alzheimer Society of Finland (Muistiliitto).
In addition to her medical and academic achievements, prof. Remes possesses a profound understanding of leadership, having completed an Executive MBA program. Currently she acts as a Vice-Rector in University of Helsinki. As the Vice-Rector her responsible areas are research, doctoral education and sustainable development.