Stay up-to-date with all of the life science events taking place in the Seattle area with the Science in Seattle events calendar! From academia to industry and biotech to pharma, our events calendar is your complete source for life science conferences, symposiums, networking, and workshops in Seattle. We even cover science pub nights and science fundraisers!
If you’re interested in promoting your life science event on the Science in Seattle events calendar, please use our event submission form.
- This event has passed.
2021 Spring ADRC Meeting
May 13 - 14, 2021
We’re excited to announce that our Virtual Spring Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC) Meeting is right around the corner!
The 2021 Spring ADRC Meeting will be held on online Thursday, May 13th, and Friday, May 14th. Top Alzheimer’s Disease research scientists and educators are ready to share their latest discoveries and research innovations with the AD community.
Please join ADRC members and Alzheimer’s Dementia Community Organizations as we learn about advances in Artificial Intelligence(AI) for AD/ADRD, AD research in a post-COVID-19 world, SCAN, and updates from the Clinical Task Force on UDSv4!
The Spring ADRC Meeting is entirely free! By registering, you’ll reserve your spot, receive a downloadable agenda, and get access to the individual conference sessions, training, and workshops.
Once you register, you’ll be eligible to receive Zoom calendar invitations to the Spring ADRC Meeting Individual Sessions!
We’re still finalizing a few details about the individual Spring Meeting sessions, so we’ll be sending out the Zoom calendar invitations in early May, as well as several reminders prior to the Spring ADRC meeting.
Please let us know if your AD community organization isn’t listed or if you are not affiliated with an ADRC or AD organization, but you would like to attend the Virtual Spring ADRC Meeting. You can request to attend the Spring ADRC Meeting by completing the registration form.
Ready to discuss the latest Alzheimer’s Disease research innovations of 2021 and network with lead researchers in the field of Alzheimer’s Disease research? Register now to reserve your spot!