• Read the interview of Petra Ritter about eBRAIN-Health project in the last Dementia in Europe magazine!

    • Interview
    • eBRAIN-Health
    • Petra Ritter
    • AE magazine issue 41 - eBRAIN-Health Feb 2023

    Alzheimer Europe released the 41st edition of its Dementia in Europe magazine. Alzheimer Europe partners in three new projects linked to Artificial Intelligence are highlighted in this issue.

    In this article, a brief overview of the Horizon Europe-funded eBRAIN-Health project is given through the interview of the project’s coordinator, Prof. Petra Ritter. Prof. Ritter gives her perspective on the rationale behind the project and the concrete actions being undertaken.

    "Digital twins that simulate individual brains have the potential to accelerate research, and improve clinical decisionmaking for patients with AD. In eBRAIN-Health, we are working together to realise this potential, by developing a powerful digital platform that will keep patient data secure whilst driving innovation.”

    Scroll down to the end of the page to download the .pdf version of the interview.

    About eBRAIN-Health

    eBRAIN-Health: Actionable Multilevel Health Data, coordinated by Prof. Petra Ritter, is a Horizon Europe-funded research project that was launched in July 2022, with a total budget of € 13Mill. This comprehensive European infrastructure project is done in collaboration with Alzheimer Europe and 18 additional European partners. AE is leading the public involvement activities and contributes to communications and outreach work for the project.

    The project aims to develop a new federated cloud platform for modeling and simulating of complex neurobiological processes for patients with Alzheimer's Disease.

    Visit the official website of the project: https://www.ebrain-health.eu
    Follow eBRAIN-Health on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EbrainHealth

    About Alzheimer Europe

    Alzheimer Europe (AE) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation gathering 41 national Alzheimer's associations from 37 European countries. AE aims to change perceptions, policy and practice in order to improve the lives of people affected by dementia.

    Learn more about AE and their work by visiting: https://www.alzheimer-europe.org

    Find out more

    Are you interested on the latest developments in the field of dementia, with much excellent work taking place at a national and European level?

    Access the full magazine issue 41 on the official website.