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ISSN: 2161-0460

Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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Lucia Serenella De Federicis

Department of Clinical Medicine, Public Health, Life and Environment Sciences, University of LÂ’Aquila, Italy


Dr Lucia Serenella De Federicis have collaborated for several years with Italian and foreign research centres in the study of the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's dementia through the identification of cognitive and biological markers. In addition to research, she is currently working, within the Caleidos Clinical Center, with healthy and pathological ageing, with the design and implementation of stimulation and cognitive rehabilitation interventions for people suffering from congenital or acquired brain damage. She actively collaborates with the Kaleidoscope Association in support activities for the caregivers of people affected by cognitive deficits.
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