Pattern-Cog project publishes its first newsletter


On 8 August, the Pattern-Cog project released its first external newsletter. Pattern-Cog is a multinational interdisciplinary consortium aiming to improve dementia prevention strategies by developing support tools for the detection of earliest signs of impeding cognitive decline which would allow early and personalised multidomain interventions. Funded by ERA PerMed, the three-year project includes six partners from five European countries The newsletter provides readers with the latest project updates including the important advances and major achievements made by each Work Package. The newsletter covers work of the Advisory Board, composed of the members of the European Dementia Carers Working Group (EDCWG). This issue also features interviews with two Pattern-Cog members Christian Gaser from the University of Jena in Germany and Soraya Moradi-Bachiller from Alzheimer Europe. You can read the newsletter here: