Our research project received ERA-NET funding
The Brain Imaging Centre, Research Centre for Natural Sciences, received funding from the European Research Area Networks (ERA-NET) to participate in the Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease Subtypes (E-DADS) research consortium.
E-DADS consortium is a large-scale research collaboration with partners from the UK, France, Australia, Italy, and the Netherlands that aims to improve dementia prevention by exploring predisposing factors. The role of the Brain Imaging Centre is to represent Central and Eastern European countries in the research consortium. Thus, by involving a large number of participants from these regions, we contribute significantly to the pan-European research collaboration.