3 days left to submit your abstract for the 32nd Alzheimer Europe Conference!


Alzheimer Europe is calling for abstracts for oral and poster presentations on the following subjects:

  • (Inter)National dementia strategies
  • Arts and culture
  • Brain health and dementia prevention
  • Carer training and support
  • COVID-19 and dementia
  • Cross border dementia initiatives
  • Dementia-friendly initiatives
  • Gender, sex and sexuality in dementia
  • Home care and support
  • Intellectual disability and dementia
  • Minority ethnic groups
  • Needs and experiences of people with dementia
  • Non-Alzheimer’s dementias
  • Psychosocial interventions
  • Residential care
  • Technology
  • Timely diagnosis
  • Young onset dementia

The call for abstracts will close on 15 May 2022. Click here for more information


Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to present your work. Submit your abstract, today!


Conference taking place in Bucharest in October


The 32nd Alzheimer Europe Conference #32AEC will take place from 17 to 19 October 2022, in Bucharest, Romania, under the banner “Building Bridges”.

This event will be mainly in-person but will include some broadcast elements such as plenary sessions, and other carefully selected parallel sessions and symposia to allow those still unable to travel to participate from the comfort of their home or office.

We look forward to welcoming you to this event!


Early bird registrations are open!


Take advantage of the early bird registration fees until 15 July 2022 to attend in-person in Bucharest or virtually. Register with the early bird rates and benefit from the reduced in-person registration fee of EUR 375 instead of EUR 525.

Registrations to participate virtually will also be available. We want to ensure that you feel safe when attending and will therefore offer a free change to a virtual registration or a full cancellation, if travel or meeting restrictions would make your in-person participation impossible. 

The full registration fee includes:

  • Admission to all in-person and online sessions
  • Access to on demand videos and posters after the conference till 31 January 2023
  • Delegate bag and final programme
  • Opening ceremony and welcome reception
  • Scheduled coffee breaks on all 3 days and lunches on 18 and 19 October
  • Welcome reception
  • Networking opportunities
  • Access to the exhibition hall


Special rates are available for people with dementia, students and member association of Alzheimer Europe.


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Accommodation information

Alzheimer Europe was able to secure a number of rooms with special rates at the conference hotel JW Marriott Bucharest until 01 July 2022.

Located in an area of historic and national interest, JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel in Romania is the only five-star, hotel in the district and is in close proximity to the stately Palace of Parliament and People’s Salvation Cathedral. Culturally rich and with a status that befits its quality offering, our luxury hotel provides a restorative setting in Bucharest where its legacy for intuitive service, culinary distinction, and notable grandeur remains unsurpassed. Its seamless blend of modern luxury and authentic appeal enhances each stay in Bucharest, Romania with a holistic offering, that is both distinctive and deeply enriching. The JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel in Romania is a premier luxury destination for business and leisure guests, it is just a 30 minutes’ drive from Henri Coandă International airport and within walking distance of Old Town, with its diversity of architecture.


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Travel information


Several airlines are offering discounts to delegates for this year's Alzheimer Europe Conference.


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Alzheimer Europe gratefully acknowledge the support of all conference sponsors.