Presentation

Research

  • World Alzheimer Conference. Washington DC. Title: Presenilins and the Cell cycle.  (07/2000)
  • GlaxoSmithKline (New Frontiers Science Park; Harlow, UK). Title: Endocytosis, lipid rafts and the making of Ab. A link to insulin signaling? (01/2004)
  • University College London. London, UK. Cell and Developmental Biology Seminar Series. Title: Regulation of b-catenin by presenilin. Molecular insights and implications for Alzheimer’s disease (04/2006)
  • SiNAPSA Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Title: Cell cycle abnormalities in a presenilin model of Alzheimer’s disease (10/2006)
  • The neuronal cell cycle as a mechanism of neurodegeneration in Alzheimer''s disease - IBGS 607 (04/2010)
  • Niemann Pick type C as a neurodegeneration model for Alzheimer''s disease - IBGS 607 (11/2011)
  • Basic Science Research Symposium. Title: The amyloid hypothesis. A doctrine in need of reformation (10/2012)
  • Perinatal Biology Seminar. Title: Cholesterol involvement in Alzheimer’s disease (12/2014)
  • Neuroscience Grand Rounds. Lecture title: Alzheimer’s disease: Moving beyond the amyloid hypothesis (10/2015)
  • Medicine Grand Rounds. Lecture title: Trials and tribulations of the amyloid hypothesis (04/2017)
  • Basic Science Research Symposium. Title: Pathogenic mechanisms of Alzheimer’s disease (11/2018)
  • University of California San Diego – Neuroscience Seminar Series. Title: Niemann-Pick type C disease (NPC) as a model to study the amyloid hypothesis of neurodegeneration (02/2011)
  • 05/03/2013. University of North Dakota School of Medicine – Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series. Title: The amyloid hypothesis of Alzheimer’s disease: a doctrine in need of reformation (05/2013)
  • Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics Alzheimer’s Disease Conference. Los Angeles. Title: Amyloid beta (Aβ) is neither necessary nor sufficient to initiate late-onset Alzheimer’s disease (04/2018)
  • La Sierra University – Biology Department Colloquium Series. Title: Trials and Tribulations of the Amyloid Hypothesis of Alzheimer’s Disease (05/2014)