Another great article from Jo Sharpe for the Alzheimer’s Research UK blog, discussing her work with fruit flies.
Varied is how I would sum up a day in the life of a researcher. A lot depends on the type of study you are working on, your role in that study, and the stage of the study is at. I’ve been involved in dementia research for 13 years, progressing from PhD student to Senior…
We last hear from James Watson back in June 2020, when he updated us on his progress in undertaking a systematic review. James is now in the second year of his PhD, and in his latest blog he updates us on the research he has been doing, how this changed as a result of the pandemic, and how the next phase is more important than ever.
Clarissa Giebel shares details of how her covid-19 dementia research studies have been conceived, funded, approved and started recruiting in under two weeks.,
Can the research culture inside the NHS be improved? What role can non clinicians play? New blog from Anna Vollkmer discussing research culture inside the health service.
Clarissa reflects on 2019, and looks forward to a new year and some of the big tasks ahead for her research – and the stress of delivering on a successful grant application.
New blog from Anna Volkmer – tips and hints and guidance (and how to use them) for anyone attempting to produce an information or consent form for their study.
New blog from Anna Volkmer – An international collaboration: Spreading the word on speech and language therapy approaches to managing primary progressive aphasia.