The objectives of the Asian Society Against Dementia (ASAD) shall be to promote and encourage the advancement of scientific knowledge, research and practice in all aspects of dementia, and coordination of the exchange and dissemination of this knowledge and expertise throughout Asia.
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Issue 03 (March 2017)
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Issue 02 (June 2016)
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Issue 01 (December 2015)
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11th International Congress of the Asian Society Against Dementia
Bangkok, Thailand, 2-4 August 2017
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10th International Congress of the Asian Society Against Dementia
Hangzhou, China, 20-23 October 2016
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9th International Congress of the Asian Society Against Dementia
Kumamoto, Japan,  14-16 September 2015
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8th International Congress of the Asian Society Against Dementia
Colombo, Sri Lanka,  14-16 November 2014
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7th Asian Society Against Dementia International Congress
Cebu,  9-12 October 2013
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6th Asian Society Against Dementia Congress
Kuala Lumpur, 14-16 June 2012
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5th Asian Society Against Dementia Congress
Hong Kong, 5-6 November 2011
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4th Asian Society Against Dementia Congress
Bali 2010
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3rd International Congress of Asian Society Against Dementia
Seoul 2009
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2nd Asian Society Against Dementia Congress
Taiwan 2008
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1st ASAD Conference : Chennai, India 2007
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Call for Collaborative Study : Activity profiles and global cognitive ability in Asian elders with n
Improvement in medical and health care has helped to increase life expectancy in Asia communities. Advancing age is associated with higher chance of having degeneration in the brain. Multiple factors have been implicated in the development of dementia and cognitive decline in late life. The pattern of leisure activity may serve a potential modulating factor for cognitive function. In this study, we aim to explore the association between activity profiles and cognitive function in a large group of Asian older adults in different cities.
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Call for Collaborative study
Screening very mild dementia in Asia: The AD8
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Call for Collaborative Study
Validation of the NINDS-Canadian Stroke Network Harmonization Workshop Vascular Cognitive Impairment Neuropsychology Protocols in Asia
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Call for Collaborative study
Registration of Alzheimer’s disease in Asia (ReAD-Asia)
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History of the Asian Regional Meetings of the International Working Group
History of the Asian Regional Meetings of the International Working Group on Harmonisation of Dementia Drug Guidelines : Precursor of ASAD
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HONORARY PRESIDENT
Akira Homma, Japan

PRESIDENT
Christopher Chen, Singapore

SECRETARY GENERAL
Linda Lam, Hong Kong

TREASURER
Vincent Mok, Hong Kong

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Asita de Silva, Sri Lanka
Yustiani Dikot, Indonesia
Jacqueline Dominguez, Philippines
Fuh Jong-Ling, Taiwan
Suh Guk-Hee, South Korea
Manabu Ikeda, Japan
Ennapaddam Krishnamoorthy, India
Liu Ching-Kuan, Taiwan
Simeon M Marasigan, Philippines
Dr Kenichi Meguro, Japan
Ken Nagata, Japan
Anam Paulus Ong, Indonesia
Pai Ming-Chyi, Taiwan
Vorapun Senanarong, Thailand
John Yang Yuan-Han, Taiwan
Suraya Yusoff, Malaysia
Huali Wang, China
SangYun Kim, Korea
Nagaendran Kandiah, Singapore

ADVISORS
Serge Gauthier, Canada
Jean-Marc Orgogozo, France
Ingmar Skoog, Sweden