Partners

Alzheimer Europe

Alzheimer Europe (AE) is a non-governmental organisation aiming to provide a voice to people with dementia and their carers, make dementia a European priority, promote a rights-based approach to dementia, support dementia research and strengthen the European dementia movement. AE has currently 41 members (national Alzheimer associations) across Europe.

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“This project was supported by the Luxembourg National Research Fund (INTER/PerMed21/15748787/Pattern-Cog), under the frame of ERA PerMed.

 


Members:

Jean Georges
Executive Director

Cindy Birck
PhD, Project Officer

Soraya Moradi-Bachiller
PhD, Project Officer

 

University of Eastern Finland – Itä-Suomen yliopist

The University of Eastern Finland (UEF) with about 16,000 degree students is one of the largest and foremost multidisciplinary universities in Finland, offering coursework in 13 fields of study and more than 100 major subjects across four faculties and two campuses. The multidisciplinary Neuroscience Research Community (NEURO RC) at UEF aims to understand the disease-specific and common molecular mechanisms underlying neurodegenerative diseases and epilepsy and to identify novel biomarkers and therapeutic approaches for their prevention and cure. Comprising 17 research groups, NEURO RC integrates biological neurosciences with data sciences, neuro-innovations, and neuro-ethics. Pattern-Cog project is hosted by the A.I. Virtanen Institute for Molecular Sciences of UEF, which is a research institute that responds to the global health challenges created by the ageing of the population and changes in lifestyle by focusing on the research of cardiovascular and brain diseases.

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“This project was supported by the Academy of Finland (grant number 351849), under the frame of ERA PerMed.”

 

 

 


Members:


Jussi Tohka
Prof.


Alina Solomon
Prof.

Elaheh Moradi
Post-doctoral fellow


Gazi Saadman Hossain
Project researcher


Mithilesh Prakash
Post-doctoral fellow

Anette Hall
University researcher

Structural Brain Mapping Group – Jena University Hospital (JUH)

Our research program is directed toward the development of advanced computation tools for the analysis of structural brain data. More specifically, our group is heavily involved in the development of algorithms and tools for processing of voxel- and surface-based imaging data which encompasses segmentation, surface reconstruction, and disease prediction. Specific areas of interest include the investigation of ageing, structural brain plasticity, and schizophrenia research.

We have developed several software tools, including the Computational Anatomy Toolbox for performing voxel- and surface-based morphometry, which is widely used by the scientific community.

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“This project was supported by the Federal Ministry of Science and Education (BMBF) under the frame of ERA PerMed (Pattern-Cog ERAPERMED2021-127).

 

 

 


Members:


Christian Gaser
Prof., Dr.


Robert Dahnke
Prof., Dr.

Karolinska Institutet (KI)

Karolinska Institutet (KI) is Sweden’s single largest centre of medical academic research and it aims to advance knowledge about life and strive towards better health for all. The Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society is one of the largest departments within KI with more than 500 employees, several hundred affiliated researchers and 1 600 full-year students. Within the Division of Clinical Geriatrics at KI, research focuses on dementia, particularly Alzheimer’s disease.

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“This project was supported by the Swedish Research Council (VR), under the frame of ERA PerMed.”

 

 

 


Members:


Miia Kivipelto
MD, PhD, Prof.

Francesca Mangialasche
MD, PhD, Asst. Prof.

Myroslava Protsiv
MSc, Research Group Coordinator

Ruth Stephen
Postdoctoral researcher

Fundación Centro de Investigación en Enfermedades Neurológicas (CIEN) CIEN Foundation

The CIEN Foundation has among its main objectives to support, promote and coordinate research in neurological diseases, mainly in Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases.

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“This project was supported by Financiado por la Unión Europea – NextGenerationEU, under the frame of ERA PerMed.”

 


Members:

Bryan Strange
Dr.


Alberto Rabano
Dr.


Jordi Matias Guiu
Dr.

      Pablo Bonilla-Escribano
 Postdoctoral researcher

Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin (CHARITE)

Charité is a large university hospital, with more than 4,600 researchers and 850,000 patient cases yearly. The Berlin Institute of Health fosters medical innovation and improve patients’ health and quality of life, focusing on digitisation, patient involvement, personalised medicine research, advanced therapies and innovation. The Brain Simulation Section under Prof. RITTER has strong expertise in digital health, complex modelling, data science and IT platform development. CHARITE leads the EBRAINS Facility Hub Virtual Brain Cloud and EBRAINS Health Data Cloud.

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“This project was supported by the Federal Ministry of Health (BMG) under the frame of ERA PerMed.”

 

 


Members:


Petra Ritter

Prof., Dr.

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