While science groups worldwide are grappling with the logistics of shutting down to comply with the social distancing required to slow the spread of COVID-19, neurodegenerative disease researchers are asking how they can help. And help they can.
The HRA has launched new guidelines on how to involve patients and the public in research, Their new webpages introduce four key principles for best practice in public involvement.
The UK Dementia Research Institute has shared videos from its recent ‘Bioinformatics for Biologists Training Workshop’ covering- High content screening and imagining analysis and Biostatistics with R.
Think you already know everything there is to know about dementia? Sign-up to the Wicking Dementia Understanding Dementia MOOC – and you might just gain a new perspective. Enrolments close on the 13th of March.
Updated – Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is a set of internationally recognised ethical and scientific quality requirements that must be followed when designing, conducting, recording and reporting clinical trials that involve people.
Updates in relation to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) are changing rapidly as the spread of the virus develops. The NIHR Dementia Researcher Team will be working from home but continuing to publish content, relevant to early career researchers, every day. Here are a few links you should keep to hand.
In the US a new NIH grant connects existing studies to form cornerstone for clinical research into frontotemporal lobar degeneration
This post from the LSE Impact blog discusses the use of mobile phone applications as a research method in the social sciences. Reflecting on their own use of apps to study fear of crime, and providing four key points to consider when seeking to use apps in your projects.