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Cognition Therapeutics CEO Kenneth I. Moch to Present at Ladenburg Thalmann 2017 Healthcare Conference

PITTSBURGH, September 20, 2017 — Cognition Therapeutics, Inc., a clinical stage neuroscience company focused on the development of innovative therapeutics for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and other neurocognitive disorders, announced that President & CEO Kenneth I. Moch will present at the Ladenburg Thalmann 2017 Healthcare Conference at 9:00 a.m. on September 26, 2017 at the Sofitel New York Hotel. Mr. Moch’s presentation will include a corporate update as well as a discussion of CT1812, the company’s small molecule drug candidate for the treatment of mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s disease.

About Cognition Therapeutics, Inc.
Cognition Therapeutics is a privately held biopharmaceutical company whose disease-relevant screening and novel chemistry platforms have produced a pipeline of disease modifying small molecule drug candidates which are being developed to treat Alzheimer’s disease and potentially other neurocognitive disorders. Cognition’s lead molecule, CT1812, is a proprietary first-in-class, orally available small molecule. This highly brain penetrant compound targets the sigma-2 receptor complex, displacing toxic beta amyloid oligomers from their binding sites on brain cells and clearing them into the cerebrospinal fluid. CT1812 has been shown in multiple Alzheimer’s disease models to stop memory loss. In Cognition’s recently completed Study COG0102, patients with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s disease were randomized to one of three doses of CT1812 or placebo, and dosed for 28 days to help evaluate the safety, tolerability and pharmacokinetic profile of CT1812. Detailed results of this Phase 1b/2 study are anticipated to be announced at the CTAD (Clinical Trials on Alzheimer’s disease) meeting in Boston in November 2017. Additional information about Cognition may be found online at http://www.cogrx.com.