Professor of medicine, Sorbonne University and director of the Neuro-Rehabilitation, Department of Pitié-Salpêtrière
Designing, testing and validating new prototypes monitoring cognitive disorders; studying patterns of disability, clinical evolution, and unmet care needs; analyzing socioeconomics datasets.
Laurent Cleret de Langavant
Assistant professor in neurology, Université Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC).
Analyzing large population-based studies from different continents to offer a global perspective on dementia risk factors, to discover new dementia risk factors and to generate predicting algorithms of dementia.
Climate justice activist and researcher; Resistance Studies fellow, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Focusing on building the next generation of leadership within the climate justice movements for the rapid phaseout of fossil-fuels; and developing just, decentralized alternatives and movement networks to tackle the climate crisis.
Researcher, French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development
Developing new aging and brain health research in sub-Saharan Africa to better understand the burden of dementia and raise awareness. Encouraging initiatives that support caregivers and train health care professionals.
Associate professor in neurogeriatrics, CHU Lille-University of Lille
Developing collaboration between pre-clinical and clinical work, and between neurology and geriatrics. Leading a translational work of a murine model and a cohort of patients with Alzheimer’s disease.