Newsletter

The 2nd volume of the CONNECT Cost Action Newsletter has been published.

MC Meeting

Our first face-to-face management committee meeting was held between 19-21 September 2022 in Ariano Irpino-Naples in Italy.

ACTION GRANTS

CONNECT Action ITC Grants for 2022 is available.

CONNECT

Cognitive decline in Nephro-Neurology: European Cooperative Target

PUBLICATIONS

The first publications of COST CONNECT Action are online

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COST ACTION CA19127

CONNECT

Cognitive decline in Nephro-Neurology: European Cooperative Target

CONNECT Action aims to coordinate research on cognitive impairment in chronic kidney disease (CKD). This requires exchanging clinical information between nephrologists and neurologists, and between neuroscientists and kidney physiologists, guided by big data analysts.

This collaborative network will define new experimental paradigms, their translational value and, in turn, focus on new interventions in the field of cognitive impairment.

Main Information

Objectives

The main aim is to build the CONNECT Action network among already existing research groups to leverage currently funded research.

OBJECTIVES

Learn about our Specific Objectives, Research Coordination Objectives and Capacity Building Objectives
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Working Groups

To ensure the progress of our COST Action, CONNECT has established 5 Working Groups (WGs).

Working Groups

The highly collaborative nature of the CONNECT Action disciplines within the CONNECT Working Groups.
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RESULTS

Here you can reach our publications and Action outcomes.

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

Here you can reach our publications and Action outcomes.
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ITC Conference Grants 2022

Dr Catarina Bras, from Portugal, participated the National Nephrology Congress in Italy with an abstract entitled “Cognitive dysfunction associates with risk of peritonitis in peritoneal dialysis patients”

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ITC Conference Grants 2021

Dr Martin Michna, from the Czech Republic, attended the National Nephrology Congress in Slovakia with an abstract entitled “Relation between structural changes of the brain, cerebral oximetry and cognitive functions

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