Leading Alzheimer’s Researchers Coming to Nashville for GAP-Net Site Optimization Conference

Researchers, recruiters, and CEOs from more than 70 Alzheimer’s clinical trial sites to share strategies on finding a cure for the deadly disease

From February 27 – March 1, the Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation (GAP), an organization dedicated to speeding and improving Alzheimer’s clinical trials in pursuit of a cure, will convene more than 150 representatives from its network (GAP-Net) of 70+ Alzheimer’s clinical research sites at the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University. The conference is an opportunity for leading public, private and academic research institutes across the United States and Canada to exchange strategies on finding a cure for Alzheimer’s, which has proven elusive due to the challenge of recruiting and retaining clinical trial volunteers.

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