Collaborations & partnerships are key to research across all fields. The Alzheimer’s Society Research Translation programme explores building a network outside of academia to help promote research findings to others and ensure your findings have a big impact.
Nadine Mirza from University of Manchester shares the story of her career, highlighting the importance of perseverance and how a passion for the subject can mean the difference between success and failure.
Ester Bellavia discussed her recent engagement with people from the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP for short). Exploring the barriers faced by people living with dementia when involved in research.
In her latest blog, Speech and Language Therapy Researchers, Dr Anna Volkmer talks to the value of conversation analysis, as a tool for life, not just for dementia – read or hear Anna read her own words.
We last hear from James Watson back in June 2020, when he updated us on his progress in undertaking a systematic review. James is now in the second year of his PhD, and in his latest blog he updates us on the research he has been doing, how this changed as a result of the pandemic, and how the next phase is more important than ever.
Dr Timothy Rittman shares news from the Alzheimer’s Europe Conference in Barcelona
In her first blog for Dementia Researcher, Beth Eyre introduces herself and brings us up to date on the last 10 years, what brought her to science, and where we now find her as a 2nd year PhD Student at The University of Sheffield researching Neurovascular and cognitive function in preclinical models of AD.
New blog from Michelle Naessens reflecting on her personal experience of how leaving the European Union is affecting her as a Dutch national, living and studying in the UK.
Dr Emily Oliver. looks back on what she has been doing since completing her Clinical Academic Doctoral Programme 12 months ago, and what opportunities exist after you finish.