Conference still planned to take place in October!

During this time of uncertainty regarding the COVID-19  we would like to inform you that the Alzheimer Europe office is operating at a reduced level with staff working from home, but we assure you that we are still available should you need assistance or information on the conference proceedings.
We hope that you, your families and your team members are safe and well.
We are closely monitoring the situation and will keep you informed on any new decision made regarding the event in October.

Call for abstracts is still open!

Alzheimer Europe and Societatea Română Alzheimer are calling for abstracts for the upcoming 30th Alzheimer Europe Conference in Bucharest, Romania.

Abstracts for oral and poster presentations in English are welcome in the following categories:

    • People
      • Carers of people with dementia
      • Minority ethnic groups
      • Dementia and sexuality
      • Involving people with dementia
    • Care approaches
      • Post-diagnostic support
      • Psychosocial interventions
      • Assistive technologies
      • Palliative care
    • Care services
      • Memory clinics and centres
      • Acute and hospital care
      • Day and respite care
      • Training of care professionals
    • Medical and public health aspects
      • Diagnosis
      • Risk factors and prevention
      • Young onset dementia
      • Genetics
    • Policy
      • Awareness campaigns
      • National dementia strategies
      • Supporting family carers
      • Legal and ethical issues

The call for abstracts will close on 15 May 2020. Click here for more information.

Early bird registrations are open!

Take advantage of the early bird registration fees until 15 July 2020. Register now and benefit from the reduced registration fee of EUR 340 instead of EUR 475.

The full conference registration fee includes:

  • Admission to all scientific sessions
  • Delegate bag and final programme including the abstract book
  • Opening ceremony on 20 October
  • Scheduled coffee breaks on 21 and 22 October
  • Scheduled lunches on 21 and 22 October

Special rates are available for people with dementia, students, delegates from lower and middle-income countries and members of Societatea Română Alzheimer. Click here for more information.

Accommodation information

Alzheimer Europe was able to secure a number of rooms with special rates at the conference hotel JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel where the conference is being held. Please book by 20 September 2020 as past this date, all unused rooms will be released and subject to new prices.

  • Deluxe and Superior King room, single occupancy: 570 RON
  • Deluxe and Superior King room, double occupancy: 618 RON

These daily rates include access to the World Class Health Academy and breakfast in one of the onsite restaurants but are exclusive of taxes.


For accommodation information please click here.

Travel information

Several airlines of Skyteam and Lufthansa Group are offering their meetings programmes for this year's Alzheimer Europe Conference. Please find information on how to take advantages of the discounts they are offering all Alzheimer Europe delegates here.



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The 30th AE Conference in Bucharest received funding under an operating grant from the European Union’s Health Programme (2014-2020). Alzheimer Europe and Societatea Română Alzheimer gratefully acknowledge the support of all conference sponsors.
European Commission