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AI-Mind study achieves its recruitment target across four European countries

AI-Mind study achieves its recruitment target across four European countries In a groundbreaking development, the AI-Mind study, launched in January 2022, has successfully reached its recruitment target of 1,000 participants with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) across four European countries (Finland, Italy, Norway and Spain). This marks a significant achievement for the largest study of its […]

Takeaways from AI-Mind’s 7th General Assembly

Takeaways from AI-Mind’s 7th General Assembly Helsinki, Finland – October 19-20, 2023 Following the success of the 33rd Alzheimer Europe Conference  that attracted 1000 participants from 69 contries, the AI-Mind Project consortium gathered for its 7th General Assembly meeting, hosted by partners from BioMag Laboratory HUS Medical Imaging Center, Helsinki University Hospital, and Aalto University […]

The AI-Mind reports on the 6th General Assembly in Zurich

AI-Mind consortium members attending the 6th General Assembly in Zurich, Switzerland

The AI-Mind reports on the 6th General Assembly in Zurich Organisations and individuals around the world are helping to raise public awareness of the challenge of neurological diseases and the importance of brain research during Brain Awareness Week in March. AI-Mind, an EU-funded research and innovation project, is committed to tackling the challenge of dementia. […]

Highlights from the 5th AI-Mind General Assembly meeting

Highlights from the 5th AI-Mind General Assembly meeting This autumn has been full of events for the AI-Mind consortium and November is no exception. The 5thAI-Mind General Assembly (GA) was officially opened on 17 November at the CaixaForum, a cultural centre in Madrid, Spain. The meeting was held as a hybrid event, allowing participants to […]

Only a few days left till the 5th AI-Mind General Assembly!

Crossing and buildings in Madrid and the AI-Mind logo with the text 5th General Assembly

Only a few days left till the 5th AI-Mind General Assembly! We are delighted to announce that the 5th AI-Mind General Assembly (#AIMindGA) will take place this week from 17-18 November as a hybrid event. Hosted by two project partners – The Complutense University Of Madrid (UCM) and Lurtis Rules S.L. (Lurtis) the 5th #AIMindGA will take place in […]

Poster presentation from the AI-Mind partners at Kuopio Alzheimer Symposium

Conference hall of the Alzheimer Symposium in Kuopio

Poster presentation from the AI-Mind partners at Kuopio Alzheimer Symposium AI-Mind partners from Helsinki University Hospital (HUS) presented a poster  ”A study protocol for AI-Mind: Artificial Intelligence combined with neuropsychological and neuropsychological measures for dementia prevention” at the 9th Kuopio Alzheimer Symposium and 3rd Nordic Memory Clinic Conference. The event took place on August 23-25, 2022 […]

Towards collaborations, AI-Mind in a new Horizon Europe project

Towards collaborations, AI-Mind in a new Horizon Europe project AI-Mind, represented by the project coordinator, Dr. Ira Haraldsen from Oslo University Hospital (OUS) and other consortium members, participates in the successful eBRAIN-Health project (HORIZON-INFRA-2021-TECH-01-01 call) coordinated by Prof. Petra Ritter from Charité University Hospital (BIH). The eBRAIN-Health project started on 1st July and will run […]

AI-Mind coordinator presenting the project at World Economic Forum 2022

Flags of European countries with mountaing in the background (Davos)

AI-Mind coordinator presenting the project at World Economic Forum 2022 AI-Mind coordinator, Dr. Ira Haraldsen (Oslo University Hospital) has been actively involved in the World Economic Forum (WEF) meetings since February 2021. Participating in the WEF discussions in 2021,  this year Dr. Haraldsen has been invitedby by the advisory council of the Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative […]

Closing 2021 AI-Mind presented at Alzheimer Europe and ISPOR Europe conferences

AI-Mind presented at Alzheimer Europe and ISPOR Europe conferences Dr. Ira Haraldsen from Oslo University Hospital (Norway) presented at Alzheimer Europe conference. Dr. Signe Daugbjerg from Universita Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore (Italy) presented at ISPOR Europe conference. At the 31st Alzheimer Europe conference held online from 29 November to 1 December 2021, Dr. Ira Haraldsen […]

Increasing the impact of the AI-Mind project with Horizon IP Scan service

To develop AI-based diagnostics tools that could be used by healthcare professionals in the future, the AI-Mind team search for the best ways to increase the impact of the project results and facilitate their uptake with the benefit to the patients. Committed to that, Lurtis, on behalf of all small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) involved […]

TWO PH.D. RESEARCH POSITIONS AVAILABLE – JOIN AI-MIND TEAM

AI-Mind project is accelerating and looks for two highly motivated Ph.D. researchers to join the team at the Department of Neurology, Oslo University Hospital (OUH) to work in an interdisciplinary group. As a five-year Research and Innovation Action (RIA) project, with a consortium of fifteen project partners from eight European countries, it is an excellent […]

AI-Mind officially starts

Even though partners could not meet in person, on the 11th March all partners of AI-Mind have met successfully online for the official Kick-Off. All 15 partners came together to discuss the project scope, objectives, timeline, dissemination plan, and other practical issues. The meeting was attended by some of the Advisory Board members that will […]

Tackling Alzheimer’s

Video session by Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative, convened by the Global CEO Initiative (CEOi) and the World Economic Forum.

The first step towards success

Partners from Norway reunited during the pre kick-off meeting at Clarion Hotel The Hub, Oslo All the consortium members gathered online on the 20th January to discuss the objectives and work plan before the official start of the project. The meeting was attended by Torbjørn Ingemansson, the Commission Project Officer assigned to AI-Mind. Partners from […]

AI-Mind selected for funding

The AI-Mind project has been successfully selected for funding under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. We are looking forward to the project’s official kick-off on March 1st 2021. Stay tuned for exciting news on this collaborative research effort!