Milica Gregorič Kramberger
Assistant Professor at the University of Ljubljana Faculty of Medicine
- Head at the Center for Cognitive Impairments, Department of Neurology, University Medical Centre, Ljubljana.
- Physician at the Department of Neurology, University Medical Centre, Ljubljana.
The upcoming Noli Oblivisci Me Conference on Dementia will shed light on current and novel technology supported ways of dealing with severe neurodegenerative disease.
I look forward to new insights and knowledge in this field and international professional cooperation.
Asst. Prof. Milica Gregorič-Kramberger, MD, PhD serves as the Head of the Centre for Cognitive impairments at the Department of Neurology, University Medical Center Ljubljana.
Milica Gregorič-Kramberger defended her Diploma in Clinical Neurology in 2003 with distinction at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, University Colleague London, UK. She defended her Diploma in Clinical Neurology in 2003 with distinction at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, University Colleague London, UK.
Since 2008 Gregorič Kramberger is registered as a consultant in neurology and has finished her PhD study focusing on dementia in 2012. She has done parts of her postdoctoral studies at the Karolinska Institutet-Alzheimer Disease Research Center in Huddinge, Stockholm, Sweden. There, she established close cooperation with dementia experts from Karolinska Institutet (KI), which is still ongoing. In the period from 2012-2015, she has been actively involved in two JPND projects – BIOMARKAPD and JPND Working Group on Longitudinal Cohorts: multi-centre cohort studies in Lewy body dementia.
Between 2017 and 2019 she was the national partner in an Innovative Medicines Initiative European Union) project – MOPEAD (Models Of Patient’s Engagements for Alzheimer’s disease) and participated as the Principal Investigator in international clinical drug trials in Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
Currently, she is the national partner in the EU JPND (Joint Programme – Neurodegenerative Disease Research) JPNDcofuND2 project: Precision Medicine Interventions in AD. She is also a national scientific representative in the dementia panel of the European Academy of Neurology and executive board member of the European –AD-Consortium (EADC) and European-DLB (Dementia with Lewy Bodies) consortium.
Milica Gregorič Kramberger was actively contributing to a central Slovenian project dedicated to raising public awareness and knowledge on dementia titled: “Living with dementia” and co-financed by EEA and Norway Grants. Gregorič Kramberger is actively contributing also to the Slovenian national dementia strategy, which has been launched by the Slovenian Ministry of Health in 2016.
In Slovenia Milica Gregorič Kramberger is organising yearly scientific interdisciplinary and international meetings Cognitive Day on neurodegenerative disorders and is also a scientific adviser in the Slovene Alzheimer’s disease association – Spominčica.
So far, Gregorič Kramberger has published 54 scientific papers from the field of dementia and movement disorders and is currently tutoring four PhD students working in the field of dementia. Assistant Professor Gregorič Kramberger is also a member of the Medical Chamber of Slovenia.
- Kramberger MG, Auestad B, Garcia-Ptacek S, et al. Long-Term Cognitive Decline in Dementia with Lewy Bodies in a Large Multicenter, International Cohort. J Alzheimers Dis. 2017;57(3):787‐795.
- Garcia-Ptacek S, Kramberger MG. Parkinson’s Disease and Dementia. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol. 2016;29(5):261‐270.
- Kramberger MG, Jelic V, Kåreholt I, et al. Cerebrospinal Fluid Alzheimer Markers in Depressed Elderly Subjects with and without Alzheimer’s Disease. Dement Geriatr Cogn Dis Extra. 2012;2(1):48‐56.
- Kramberger MG, Stukovnik V, Cus A, et al. Parkinson’s disease dementia: clinical correlates of brain spect perfusion and treatment. Psychiatr Danub. 2010;22(3):446‐449.