This is the second of three guest blogs from Early Career Researchers who observed the recent ARUK Grant Review Board
Tag: Cardiff University
Blog by Victoria Shepherd from Cardiff University discussing dementia research and the exclusion of people with cognitive impairment
In this Webinar, Byron introduces the concept of MBI, and presents his recent research into prevalence and cognitive correlates in healthy older adults and introduce new findings on genetic associations.
I am a researcher in the School of Medicine at Cardiff University. My background is in nursing, but I have been an applied health researcher for the past 5 years, working in clinical trials and other types of studies, in different populations and settings, but more recently in care homes. I recently led a study…
The first of our AAIC 2020 Podcasts – Basic Science and Pathogenesis. Sharing news and views from the world largest dementia conference. Today with Dr Megan O’Hare, Professor Louise Serpell, Dr Emily Maguire and Dr Linday Sinclair
Dr Sarah Carpanini, Dr Tom Phillips and Dr Megan Torvell from the UK Dementia Research Institute at Cardiff University discuss neuroinflammation using mouse models to examine underlying pathophysiology during brain development and beyond. Join them to hear about physiological synapse loss that occurs during normal, healthy development of the brain contrasting to pathological synapse loss that occurs in Alzheimer’s Disease.
Hear more about the role of microglia and the role of the complement cascade as well as the virtues of using mouse models in general for studying an ageing disease.