On 16 July 2023, at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) in Amsterdam, the World Wide FINGERS (WW-FINGERS) network held a meeting, hosted by the Alzheimer's Association. WW-FINGERS is an interdisciplinary network created to share experiences, harmonise data and methods and to support and convene global multidomain dementia prevention trials. Professor Miia Kivipelto, founder and scientific lead of the WW-FINGERS Network, welcomed the 113 in-person and 32 virtual attendees, including WW-FINGERS investigator teams from around the world. Following her introduction, representatives of these teams of investigators shared their exciting achievements regarding multi-domain interventions in Canada, Finland, Ireland, Japan, Latin America, the Netherlands, South Korea, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the US. Jean Georges, Executive Director of Alzheimer Europe represented the EU-FINGERS project at the WW-FINGERS Network Meeting.
World Wide FINGERS Network Meeting takes place at AAIC in Amsterdam