ReDLat Annual Meeting 2023 in Buenos Aires

The 2023 ReDLat Annual Meeting took place on 1-2 February 2024 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This annual gathering served as a pivotal platform, bringing together key members of the ReDLat leadership and coordination teams, featuring representation from each...

Promising Advances in Alzheimer’s Research in 2023

The press release highlights significant advances in science and health in the year 2023. In the field of Alzheimer’s, it mentions a significant discovery related to early diagnosis and potential treatments, although it does not provide specific details about...

Unveiling the Overlooked Predictors of Healthy Aging in Latin America

In regions marked by significant social and medical disparities, relevant predictors of aging have been overlooked. In a recent study, our team demonstrated that in Latin America, a region characterized by notable social and medical inequalities, mental health issues...

ReDLat Leads Groundbreaking Brain Health Research in Latin America

ReDLat secured funding to conduct a study on the impact of these cycles on brain health, focusing on the Latin American population. This research project will be pioneering in our region and among our population, aiming to establish indicators and biomarkers to...

ReDLat Success at AAIC 2023 – Ámsterdam

The ReDLat team made a remarkable presence at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2023. Their dedication to scientific research is an inspiring example. Let’s continue supporting their work to gain a deeper understanding of this disease...

ReDLat Team Gathers in Mexico to Advance Neurodegenerative Research

Several diverse members of the ReDLat family convened at the GBHI Annual Conference 2023 and the AAIC Satellite Symposium in Mexico to delve deeper into the realms of genetics, biomarkers, and public health. This gathering served as a platform to comprehensively...