Is cognitive reserve a buzzword lacking scientific value? Host: Robert Perneczky, Germany Yes: Panteleimon Giannakopoulos, Switzerland No: Irena Rektorova, Czech Republic Is subjective cognitive impairment itself a prelude to dementia?
Host: David Knopman, USA Yes: Babak Tousi, USA No: Panteleimon Giannakopoulos, Switzerland Vascular lesions contribute to AD pathology.
Host: Nick Fox, UK Yes: Raj Kalaria, UK The development in understanding AD has not made an impact on patient care.
Host: Ruth Itzhaki, UK Yes: Judith Aharon, Israel Is deafness a causative risk factor to dementia?
Host: Gill Livingston, UK Yes: Sergi Costafreda, UK No: Lev Kruglov, Russia Does aerobic exercise protect cognition?
Host: Miia Kivipelto, Sweden/UK Yes: Catherine Robb, UK No: Naji Tabet, UK Is the new NIA-AA research definition of AD helpful?
Host: Edson Amaro, Brazil Yes: Paul Edison, UK No: Mee Park, South Korea Will big data help us to find cure for dementia?
Host: Stefano Sensi, Italy No: Eugen Tarnow, USA The term Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) is no longer of value
Host: Janine Diehl-Schmid, Germany No: James Rowe, UK All patients with a diagnosis of FTD should have genetic testing
Host: John Hardy, UK Yes: Lea Grinberg, Brazil/USA No: Michael Ewers, Germany