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Science Communicator and Cognitive Neuropsychologist with a PhD from University of Trento, Italy and Macquarie University, Australia. Dr Sabnis is the latest person to join the team as a staff writer for Dementia Researcher, contributing blogs, articles and articles review.
Dr Alys Griffiths discusses the findings of her recent paper published in the Journal of Dementia – ‘Relational counselling as a psychosocial intervention for dementia: Qualitative evidence from people living with dementia and family members’. (Also published in the Welsh Language)
Post-doctoral researcher within the Department of Psychiatry at University of Oxford, with a multi-disciplinary background in epidemiology, pharmacology and machine learning. Currently working to find drugs that could be used to prevent dementia using data that is already available.
Race Against Dementia and the Dementia Australia Research Foundation announce the inaugural recipients of the ‘Race Against Dementia – Dementia Australia Research Foundation Post-doctoral Fellowship’ programme.
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is calling on postdoctoral researchers, research associates and other early career researchers to join its new Early Career Researcher Forum. Deadline 29th January 2020
In this webinar, first broadcast on Wednesday 13th January – Philly Hare and George Rooks discussing their work on the Dementia Enquirers Programme, funding and supporting people living with dementia to lead their own research.