President of the Administration of the Psychiatric Hospital Magalhães Lemos, since 1997, and invited professor with the regency of Psychiatry of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences Abel Salazar of the University of Porto, since 1998. Doctor in medicine, psychiatrist and postgraduate in Business Administration.
He has participated in numerous national and international scientific meetings and international meetings of the OECD, WHO-Europe and European Union.
He coordinated the International Symposium 'Dementia: the other side of the mirror', sponsored by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (2010). Co-editor of "Psychogeriatria" (2006) and co-author of "Alzheimer's disease and other dementias in Portugal" (2005). Author of presentations and national and international articles, he has been part of several jurors of medical career, doctorate and master of ICBAS and FCM-UNL.
Durval Campos Costa, MD, MSc, PhD, FRCR is the Director of the Nuclear Medicine-Radiopharamacology Unit at Champalimaud Clinical Centre, Champalimaud Foundation. In addition to his work at the clinic, he also holds or held several national and international positions such as (the most recent) President of the Executive Committee of Section and European Board of the European Union of Medical Specialists (mandate 2012 – 2015). Durval has more than 30 years’ experience in all diagnostic and therapeutic (outpatient and inpatient) activities in Nuclear Medicine. He has pioneered the introduction of new diagnostic radiopharmaceutical methodology in Psychiatry, Neurology and Cardiology, from 1985 to present, all with international recognition. These include markers of cerebral blood flow and dopamine metabolism within the Central Nervous System that he developed from basic research to clinical applications. In addition, he pioneered the introduction of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) in Portugal in 2002. Furthermore, he was also at the forefront of the introduction of Cyclotron production of radiopharmaceuticals in Portugal (1st cyclotron installed in the district of Porto in 2005 starting production in 2009). Durval’s research interests include the development of new radiopharmaceuticals for clinical application, as well as new protocols for the investigation of disease physiopathology and its progression. He also extensively studies Functional Neuroimaging from basic research to clinical development of several radiolabeled markers. He also continues to implement basic research and clinical development of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and PET-CT in Oncology, Neurology and Cardiology.
Degree in Psychology from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Master's degree in Social Gerontology from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
She has a long professional career and activist in favor of aging people. Since her work, she has always sought to combat "the stereotypes and the infantilization of people by the mere fact of being old." Her professional life has been dedicated to generating knowledge around old age and social protection in the last stage of the Life, always close to the world of research and planning.
She is currently Scientific Director of the Matía Gerontological Foundation, a pioneering institution in the field of Gerontology. She has also been an expert on OECD and the Council of Europe in the area of dependency, among others.
Albino Oliveira-Maia obtained the title of doctor in the University of Porto and the doctorate in Neuroscience, developed in the University of Duke, under the supervision of the professors Miguel Nicolelis and Sidney Simon. After returning to Portugal, Albino graduated in Adult Psychiatry from the University Department of Psychiatry at the NOVA School of Medicine in Lisbon.
During his residency, he devoted himself to postdoctoral training in the Champalimaud Neuroscience Program, under the supervision of Professor Rui Costa, and completed a Master's degree in Public Health at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston with Professor Álvaro Pascual-Leone. He currently coordinates the Neuropsychiatry Unit of the Clinical Center of Champalimaud and is a Psychiatrist and Visiting Professor of Psychiatry in the University Department of Psychiatry of the NOVA School of Medicine.
Psychiatrist, head of the psychiatric service of the Hospital Medical Career, Groupanalyst and Psychoanalyst. Professor of mental health and psychiatry at the Faculty of Medical Sciences (Universidade Nova Lisboa).
He was National Coordinator for Mental Health and Director of Health Services of the DGS, where he collaborated with the Integrated Support Program for Elderly - PAII in the structuring of a "Regulatory Guidelines for coordinated interventions of social support and continuous care directed to Persons in a situation of dependency ", aimed at people in situations of physical, mental or social dependence.
Since 2010 he is responsible for the coordination team of the Project on Integrated Continuing Care of Mental Health and since 2013 coordinates the creation of the National Action Plan on Dementias of Portugal.
Degree in Law from the University of Lisbon, specialized in Disability and Guardianship. Professor of the University of Aveiro, where he teaches in the theme "Legal Approach in Social Gerontology".
She has held the presidency of Alzheimer Portugal, and currently coordinates the Department of Training and Projects of the association. In addition, she is a member of the JPND PPI Advisory Board (Patient and Public Intervention).
María do Rosário has also been a member of the Alzheimer's Council in Europe since 2008 and has been a treasurer since 2010.
Graduated in Psychology and Diploma in Therapeutic Pedagogy from the University of Salamanca. Managing Director of the State Reference Center for Care of People with Alzheimer's Disease and other Dementias of IMSERSO in Salamanca (CRE Alzheimer's). Participant in the Joint Action 2014 initiative with the European Project CHAFEA 2014-2017 on models of social-health coordination in the care of people with dementias and Independent Assessor of Alzheimer Europe.
Professor of the Master's Degree in "Intervention to people with Alzheimer's disease" of the University of Salamanca. Responsible for research projects in the field of dementias, as well as collaborator in Guides, Publications and Technical Documents around this Disease.
Doctor Specialist in Psychiatry, Specialist Psychologist in Clinical Psychology and doctor in Neurosciences by the University of Malaga, he directs the Department of Psychiatry and the Unit of Memory and Alzheimer's of the Andalusian Institute of Neuroscience and Conduct. He is a professor at the University of Málaga, visiting professor at the University of Cadiz and directs the Master's Degree in Clinical and Health Psychology organized by the Andalusian Institute of Neuroscience and Conduct.
He is a member of the CTS 156 research group attached to the Cognitive Neurophysiology Unit of the Medical-Sanitary Research Center of the University of Málaga. He has published research articles in international journals and is the author of several books.
He chairs the organizing committee of two of the most important congresses on mental health in our country and he directs the International Monographic Courses organized by IANEC, he is a regular speaker at the most important congresses and international conferences and member of several scientific societies.
|SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH COMMITTEE IN NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES|
|Rui Costa Fundación Champalimaud||Jesús Avila FCIEN-CIBERNED|
|Durval Costa Fundación Champalimaud||Miguel Medina FCIEN-CIBERNED|
|Albino J. Oliveira-Maia Fundación Champalimaud||Juan Carlos López ROCHE|
|SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH COMMITTEE IN SOCIAL AND HEALTH CARE|
|Albino J. Oliveira-Maia Fundación Champalimaud||María Isabel González Ingelmo CRE de Alzheimer. Imserso|
|Álvaro Carvalho Programa Nacional para a Saúde Mental da Direção-Geral da Saúde||Mayte Sancho Fundación Matía|
|Antonio Leuschner Conselho Nacional da Saúde Mental||José María García Alberca Instituto Andaluz de Neurociencia|
|Maria Do Rosario Zincke Dos Reis da Associação Alzheimer Portugal||Enrique Pérez Sáez Servicios de Referencia. CRE Alzheimer|