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Human Amyloid Imaging (HAI) Annual Conference

January 16, 2019 - 1:00am (EST) to January 18, 2019 - 1:00am (EST)

Bioclinica's scientific and medical imaging experts continue to explore ways to improve longitudinal signal detection in amyloid and tau PET in the context of global, multi-center clinical trials.

HAI attendees are invited to view four poster sessions where our team will share findings in assessing the impact of BACE inhibition on amyloid load in recent clinical trials, as well as early experience with application of tracer-specific cutoffs to centiloids and optimization of longitudinal tau PET analysis.

  • Subject-specific site of maximum uptake is most sensitive to longitudinal change in 18F-AV1451 PET data
    Authors: David Scott, PhD; Kate Adamczuk, PhD; Beth Gorman, BS, CNMT; Maureen Runkle, BS, CNMT; Joyce Suhy, PhD
    Presenter: David Scott, PhD
  • Centiloid scale in practice: effect of different SUVR reference regions and comparison of Centiloid cut-offs
    Authors: Kate Adamczuk, PhD; Mehul Sampat, PhD; Maureen Runkle, BS, CNMT; Beth Gorman, BS, CNMT; Joyce Suhy, PhD; David Scott, PhD
    Presenter: Kate Adamczuk, PhD
  • PET analysis of verubecestat on amyloid load in mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease patients (EPOCH trial)
    Authors: Cyrille Sur, PhD; Kate Adamczuk, PhD; Mehul Sampat, PhD; James Kost; PhD; David Scott, PhD; Joyce Suhy, PhD; Michael Egan, MD
    Presenter: Cyrille Sur, PhD
  • Effect of verubecestat on amyloid load in prodromal Alzheimer's disease patients: Results from the PhIII APECS trial
    Authors: Cyrille Sur, PhD; James Kost, PhD; Kate Adamczuk, PhD; David Scott, PhD; Joyce Suhy, PhD; Michael Egan, MD
    Presenter: Cyrille Sur, PhD

If you're attending HAI and would like to meet with Bioclinica's onsite team, please email Kate.Adamczuk@bioclinica.com, David.scott@bioclinica.com, Beth.Gorman@bioclinica.com, or Maureen.Runkle@bioclinica.com.

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