How research has evolved quite considerably from the days of single author papers to exciting collaborations.
Podcast – Communication training for people with language led dementia (primary progressive aphasia)
This week Lakshini talks to Anna Volkmer, Rosemary Townsend and Oliver Sawyer discussing of speech and language therapy and their research around communication training for people with language led dementia (primary progressive aphasia).
In this podcast Dr Megan O’Hare talks to Francesca La Frenais, and Dr Penny Rapaport about the MARQUE Study, and how their work is helping us to understand what causes agitation and how the interventions tested in this study are improving quality of life for those living with dementia, and helping carers.
Dr Anna Volkmer hosts a podcast exploring Gait and its relevance to dementia, what it can tell us, and its possibilities to support diagnosis. Dr Riona McArdle and Dr Silvia Del-din from Newcastle University and Dr Keir Yong from University College London discuss.
This team of Early Career Researchers from Leeds Beckett University talk about their work delivering research focused ‘Improving Care & Support for People with Dementia’
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 Andrew Harding, Lancaster University and Professor Siobhan Reilly, University of Bradford share their research on outcome measurement instruments and work to explore how to ensure they reflect what key stakeholders’ value, how to change policy and practice.
Research suggests changes in mouth bacteria after drinking beetroot juice may promote healthy ageing
Drinking beetroot juice promotes a mix of mouth bacteria associated with healthier blood vessels and brain function, suggests a new study of people aged 70-80 published by Prof Anni Vanhatalo from University of Exeter, funded by the Dunhill Medical Trust.
In this Understanding Animal Research film from YouTube – Dr Mark Dallas describes his research into the causes of Alzheimer’s disease. His team focus on Glia (glial) cells found in the brain.