This conference will build on three successful prior meetings, which have provided much-needed platform for clinicians and researchers to discuss the latest advances and challenges in dementia neuroimaging. This year, we have chosen to focus the conference on leading multi-site and big data dementia imaging initiatives in the UK and Europe.
Tag: Big Data
Collaborate with fellow data scientists and dementia researchers at a DPUK datathon – 12-14 May 2020 – a free three day event to kick start new dementia studies. Apply by 9am on 3rd April
Join Dr. Arthur Toga from University of Southern California as well as two researchers that have utilised these tools to augment their data discovery and research.
First time host Piers Kotting chats to Professor David Llewellyn from the University of Exeter and Dr Carol Routledge, Director of Research from Alzheimer’s Research UK. Discussing the new Deep Dementia Phenotyping (DEMON) Network, and how you could become involved.
A special podcast recording made on location from the Dementias Platform UK (DPUK) datathon at the University of Exeter, we discuss how ‘data’ is being used to push new frontiers in dementia research.
Postdoctoral Cognitive Scientist at the University of Oxford Big Data Institute researching cognition, early detection of Alzheimer’s Disease and impact of risks on lifespan. Often found hobnobbing with Lord Barrington (the cat).
Professor of Neurology at University College London, undertaking complex computational modelling of the focally damaged human brain and relaxing through creating art as a way of conveying ideas about our biological nature.
Mark Hahnel for the LSE Impact Blog presents findings from the largest continuous survey of academic attitudes to open data, has it inadvertently fed the publish or perish culture?