Showcasing the talent of North West women in health and social care research
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Last month our podcast hit over 10,000 plays, with listeners coming from more than 50 countries – and that is all thanks to you, our listeners. To celebrate the event, we asked listeners to complete a short survey and we drew out the name of one of lucky person to win a fantastic pair of Sony WH-H900 Wireless Headphones.
The David Hague Early Career Investigator of the Year Award is presented each year to the most outstanding early career researcher in the field of biomedical dementia research.
On December 5, the philanthropy announced the first set of awards for the network, totaling $51.95 million.
Adam Smith blogs to share news from Alzheimer’s Disease International, and to thank researchers for all they do.
Research from NIHR Evidence shows the numbers of people who take part in health research varies across England. But overall, health research does not take place in areas where the burden of disease is highest.
Adam Smith discusses what he learned from the recent UK Dementia Care Research Summit, and his top 10 take-aways that could improve dementia care research.
Today, Morgan Daniel takes (or took, depending on when you’re reading this) over the Dementia Researcher Twitter account. Sharing her day to inspire others thinking of following this path, and taking your questions. Could that also be the right path for you?