There is a new Journal out there for those of you interested in dementia research: Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring. This Journal is part of the Alzheimer’s & Dementia (A&D) and Alzheimer’s Association (1) family, but unlike its big brother, A&D, Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring (cutely shortened to DADM) is Open Access, which means you can read all the articles for free online (just follow the link above).
I think this is an exciting new publication in the field, and the editors’ good sense is demonstrated by the fact you will find a paper I have authored/co-authored on each of the the first two issues. Although perhaps you might want to take that as a sign of a complete lack of good sense, but I’ll leave it up to you.
(1) Speaking of which, later this month I will be attending the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference again. This year it is held in Washington D.C., and I anticipate temperatures to be in the thousands.
This is the customary completely irrelevant photo of the post. Was taken by my mum, near our place in Italy.