Esther Karssemeijer presented the results of her research at the GSA 2018
Last week, on the GSA 2018 annual scientific meeting in Boston Esther Karssemeijer, PhD student at the department of Geriatric Medicine of Radboud University Medical Center Nijmegen, presented her research!
Her presentation was part of a symposium titled "Train the sedentary brain: move smart to reduce the risk of dementia”, organized by a multidisciplinary team of experts all part of the Dutch national program “Deltaplan Dementia”.
She presented results of her research on the cognitive effects of physical exercise with or without cognitive stimulation in dementia. Bike Labyrinth was used as a method to combine physical exercise with cognitive stimulation.
Are your interested in the study results? They will soon be published in the journal of Alzheimer’s Research and Therapy.