Felicity Slocombe discusses the start of her work on collective remembering or co-remembering and how it can be used in interactions with people living with dementia to help support identify.
In July the UK Dementia Research Institute hosted a session at #FENS2020 Conference. Catch-up now to see Professor Bart De Strooper, Professor Karen Duff, Professor John Hardy and Professor Giovanna Mallucci.
A significant hurdle in developing therapeutics and care models for Alzheimer’s disease that work for people of all ethnic and racial backgrounds is the recruitment and retention of traditionally underrepresented groups in clinical trials.
Artificial intelligence can predict which people who attend memory clinics will develop dementia within two years with 92 per cent accuracy, a largescale new study has concluded.