ADI fireside chat: Drug treatments and therapies for dementia

This 30-minute fireside chat explores the current state and ongoing advancements in treatments and therapies for dementia.

This event has now passed. You can now find a recording of the conversation here.

As we know, dementia is becoming increasingly prevalent with millions of people directly affected worldwide. By 2050, it is estimated that 139 million people will be living with some type of dementia.

On 16 February at 1pm GMT, join us for a thought-provoking and informative 30-minute fireside chat, where ADI CEO Paola Barbarino and Dr Alireza Atri, Medical Director of Banner Sun Health Research Institute and Chair of ADI’s Medical and Scientific Panel, will speak about the latest research on drug treatment and therapies for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

This virtual fireside chat is the first in a series of one-to-one discussions between leading experts in the global dementia community. These conversations aim to provide a more informal opportunity for attendees to engage with the speakers and gain a deeper understanding Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, with this first session focusing on the latest in research developments.

To ensure a more interactive and engaging experience, we are encouraging those who have questions, to send them in in advance of the event. By doing so, attendees will not only gain a better understanding of the latest research but also the chance to be a part of shaping the conversation.

Whether you are living with dementia, a healthcare professional, a carer or researcher, we encourage you to join us for this informal 30-minute discussion.

If you would like to submit a question for the fireside chat, please send them to with the subject line ‘ADI fireside chat: Question’.

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