Acknowledgements

We would like to acknowledge the help, support and advice of all those involved in producing the Dementia Researcher website.

Dr James Dachtler

Dr James Dachtler

  • Alzheimer’s Society Fellow
  • Durham University
  • Interest - Social withdrawal in dementia, brain imaging, synaptic function, preclinical models

Dr Deborah De Oliveira

Dr Deborah De Oliveira

  • Research Fellow (Programme Manager)
  • INDUCT Programme
  • The Institute of Mental Health, University of Nottingham
  • Interest - Family caregiving, Nursing, Scale development, Psychometrics, Quality of Life, Self-care/Self-Management, Mixed Methods, Technology

Clarissa Giebel

Clarissa Giebel

  • PhD Student
  • University of Manchester
  • Interest - Dementia, everyday functioning, cognition, well-being

Professor Kim Graham

Professor Kim Graham

  • Dean of Research and Innovation, College of Biomedical and Life Sciences.  Early Career Research Champion, Dementias Platform UK
  • Cardiff University
  • Interest - Memory, dementia, dementia risk, cognitive health and brain imaging

Dr Sara Marques

Dr Sara Marques

  • Research Co-ordinator
  • Imperial College London
  • Interest - Supporting scientists and promoting science

Dr Anthony Martyr

Dr Anthony Martyr

  • Research Fellow
  • University of Exeter
  • Interest - Everyday activities, cognition and quality of life in people with dementia

Dr Adele Pryce-Roberts

Dr Adele Pryce Roberts

  • Cardiff University
  • Welsh Clinical Academic Track (WCAT) & ARUK Clinical Fellow
  • Interest - Using stem cell models and gene editing techniques to investigate the role of APOE on synaptic function in Alzheimer’s disease

Dr Timothy Rittman

Dr Timothy Rittman

  • Clinical Lecturer
  • University of Cambridge
  • World Young Leaders in Dementia
  • Interest - understanding tau neuropathology by linking cognitive and imaging biomarkers to molecular and genetic data

Dr Rosa Sancho

Dr Rosa Sancho

  • Head of Research
  • Alzheimer’s Research UK

Dr Ashwin Venkataraman

Dr Ashwin Venkataraman

  • Alzheimer’s Research UK Clinical Fellow
  • Imperial College London
  • Interest - Early biomarkers of Alzheimer's using Positron Emission Tomography imaging