Adam Smith talks with Clare Shaw, Victoria Shepherd and Ann-Marie Greenaway about how Join Dementia Research helped them with study participant recruitment, and how it could help you.
Megan O’Hare interviews Professor Bart De Strooper, National Director of the UK Dementia Research Institute and Professor David Llewellyn, Director of the DEMON Network. Discussing their new partnership and what Artificial Intelligence and Data can do to help fight dementia.
Dr Fiona McLean hosts a fun and insightful discussion about the science behind vascular brain health, and some of the research being undetaken by our amazing guests Dr Josie Fullerton, Dr Gaia Brezzo and Dr Sophie Quick.
Dr Anna Volkmer is back in the hosts chair, interviewing PhD Students, Esther Hui and Emily Fisher. discussing their international work and research on Cognitive Stimulation Therapy at University College London
Dr Anna Volkmer and Dr Vitor Zimmerer from UCL chat about the importance of understanding diversity in a population for dementia research, and how language and big data can inform correct diagnosis.
Faye Boswell and Katherine Gray from Alzheimer’s Society discuss the focus for future funding programmes, tips on writing your applications and an in-depth discussion about the 4 I’s. With insider experience from Dr Antoinette O’Connor, an Alzheimer Society-funded Clinical Research Fellow.
Dr Mike Daniels shares insights from his time observing the ARUK Grant Review Board, with top tips for anyone writing a grant application.
What is it really like to live, study and work overseas – our panel have come from across the world to do exactly that in the UK, listen as they discuss their experiences and share their advice for anyone thinking of doing he same.
In this recording Amy Monaghan talks to Timothy Rittman, Kellie Morrissey and Yvette Vermeer. We hear how these three individuals work with people with dementia, how this benefits their work, how to prepare, and how to approach working with individuals challenged by their symptoms.
Adam Smith talk to Dr Marianne Coleman, Dr Josie Jenkinson and Maxine Mackintosh. Discussing how our panellists approached the daunting task of writing their thesis, with hints and tips, a few ideas to inspire you to keep writing!
Catch-up on this Twitter Spaces discussion life-streamed on Friday 10th December – four Professors share their tips and experiences for any postdocs who are feeling stuck, ready to progress or looking for a change.
For #LonelinessAwarenessWeek, this special ‘Research Perspectives’ blog and podcast see’s journalist and GHBI Fellow, Fernando Peres discover more about social Isolation and Loneliness in dementia, talking to someone living through the problems and a leading research expert.