Last week we learned that the overseas aid budget holders had been asked to make savings. In this blog Dr Clarissa Giebel discusses how the affects ripple through the system and impact her research,
Blogs & features
Aimed at all healthcare professionals interested in becoming involved in dementia research but are not sure where to start. Dr Zoe Clough and Dr Leonidas Chouliaras share advice, discuss their work and how the NIHR can help you.
Registration is now open for virtual AAIC — at no cost for ISTAART Members. Not in the club? Registration is as low as $8 for people living in developing countries and $75 for a UK Student.
What drives and motivates you? Childhood ambition, making the world a better place? Fame and glory? In this blog Professor Louise Serpell shares her own personal journey to becoming a scientist
Dr Emily Oliver hosts this podcast discussing the new NIHR Evidence Dementia Collection. A collection of NIHR funded research summaries created in close collaboration with those who might use them, including clinicians, commissioners, patients and the public.
What is happiness? There’s a lot we don’t know about happiness, play some games on this add (have fun in the interest of science – its work, honest)
World Champion Swimmer, Veteran of the first ever London Marathon and Professor of Gerontology researching health and wellbeing in later life, with a specific interests in health inequalities at Brunel University, London.