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"Cortical Dementias – Cognitive Deficits in Alzheimer's Disease"

 2. International Conference
 "Cortical Dementias – Cognitive Deficits in Alzheimer's Disease"

Enormous progress has been made in the exploration of the neurobiological bases of dementia diseases during the past 10 to 15 years. Nevertheless, the connection between neuronal changes and functional deficits (such as speech processing or memory deficits in Alzheimer Disease) remains largely unknown. As of yet unsolved is the question to what extent the different functional deficits are related to each other.

Concerning the connection between biological changes (e.g. atrophies) and functional deficits, it has been widely implied that, for instance, problems in naming objects may stem from an atrophy of relevant cerebral areas or limited access to these areas resulting from atrophy. However, such views improperly simplify and reduce the complex connection between the biological bases and functional performances of the brain.

The Neurolinguistic Laboratory of the Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg i.Br. will be hosting the international conference.

2. International Conference
"Cortical Dementias - Cognitive Deficits in Alzheimer's Disease"

on Friday, 27. 10., and Saturday, 28. 10. 2006.

Lectures of internationally renowned speakers are planned as well as short oral presentations and posters.

For further details please refer to our website www.neurolabor.de for
updates of the program and latest information.

Registration Fees: 160.00 Euro

"Neurolabor", Prof. Dr. Michael Schecker
Commerzbank Freiburg i.Br.
Account No. 15 21 293
in Germany: BLZ 680 400 07
IBAN: DE28 6804 0007 0152 1293 00

Please register under:

mail to: DAT@xxxxxxxxxxxxx


Neurolinguistisches Labor
Werthmannplatz 3, Postfach 225
D- 79085 Freiburg


Fax +49 - (0)761 - 203 - 3233

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Thank you very much!

With best regards

Thomas Hentrich-Hesse
Prof. Dr. Michael Schecker

Neurolinguistisches Labor
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Werthmannplatz 3
Postfach 225
79085 Freiburg i. Br.