Synaptic Dysfunction in Alzheimer Disease

SyDAD is a European Training Network sponsored by Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions which will train 15 Early Stage Researchers (PhD students) and perform a collaborative research program to reveal the mechanisms behind synaptic dysfunction in Alzheimer Disease (AD).

For these purposes, we have collected world-leading expertise in AD research and synaptic biology from distinguished academic institutes as well as pharmaceutical companies. ESRs will have access to this expertise, cutting-edge technology, an excellent training programme and international exchanges.

News and events


SyDAD kick-off 2016 – international AD research school starts in April

On april 21-22, SyDAD hade a Kick-off meeting at Vår Gård, Saltsjöbaden, Sweden. All ESRs, their supervisors and partner organisations gathered for two days to discuss the research projects, the training programme and general issues of SyDAD.

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