The theme of this meeting was Brain Health through the Lifespan. A dynamic program was planned with a focus on transdisciplinary approaches to current topics of interest that advance the study of brain health and disease in childhood, adolescence, and aging, and interventions to promote brain health.
The following HNRC presentations were accepted at INS:
- Suarez P, Gollan T, Heaton R, Cherner M. Bilingual advantages on test performance persist after controlling for education among Spanish speakers tested in their native language.
- Kamat R, Marcotte T, Badiee J, Maich I, Cherner M, de Almeida S, de Pereira AP, Ribiero CE, Barbosa F, Ellis R, and the HNRP Group. Correlates of apathy in a Brazilian cohort of HIV-infected individuals.
- Braga D, Marcotte TD, Rosenthal T, Letendre S, Grant I, Heaton RK and the HNRP Group. Driving performance among individuals with asymptomatic HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders.
- Posada C, Moore DJ, Gouaux B, Letendre SL, Atkinson JH, Grant I, and the HNRP Group. Emotional attention processing among HIV-infected persons with Bipolar Disorder.
- Fazeli P, Blackstone K, Rooney A, Moore DJ, and the HNRP Group. Factors related to medication management abilities in older adults with HIV: A pilot study.
- Sakamoto M, Ghate M, Deutsch R, Letendre S, Meyer R, Heaton RK, Grant I, Mehendale S, Marcotte TD, and the HNRP Group. Neuropsychological test combinations as a screening measure for detection of HIV-associated neurocognitive impairment in India.
- Grullon ET, Ghate M, Meyer RA, Hendrix T, Heaton RK, Letendre S, Grant I, Mehendale S, Marcotte TD, and the HNRC Group. The relationship between neurocognitive functioning and employment in HIV seropositive women in India.
- Dufour C, Marquine MJ, Rooney A, Badiee J, Ellis RJ, Grant I, Moore DJ, the HNRP Group. Strenuous exercise is associated with less neurocognitive impairment in HIV-infected adults.
- Moore D, Poquette AJ, Gouaux B, Badiee J, Grant I, Woods SP, and the HNRP Group. Time-based prospective memory deficits are associated with psychotropic and ART medication non-adherence among HIV+ individuals with bipolar disorder.
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