Developing computational algorithms & machine-learning techniques, to transform cross-sectional imaging data to a longitudinal picture and reconstruct the sequence of disease progression.
Tag: Frontotemporal Dementia
The International Society for Frontotemporal Dementias is a non-profit scientific society focused on frontotemporal dementias. Members include the leaders in FTD research around the world, and the society is associated with a large, international biannual meeting presenting the latest findings.
Programme: 9.30 Registration 10.00 Welcome to the meeting and introduction Professor Stuart Pickering-Brown, Dr Jonathan Rohrer & Professor James Rowe 10.10 The MLSE – Peter Garrard (St George’s Hospital London) 10.30 Functional Networks in Genetic FTD – Susceptibility and Resilience – Tim Rittman (University of Cambridge) 10.50 Disease modelling approaches to FTD – Alexandra Young…
Guest Blog – from down under: Attending the International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias 2018 in Sydney
New Blog from Anna Volkmer, Cutting to the good stuff – 10 great things about this years ICFTD Conference
New blog from Michelle Naessens sharing her advise for future MSc students, the decisions she made and what she would do differently given the chance a all over again. Helpful career tips for everyone.
In this weeks podcast Dr Megan Calvert-O’Hare talks with Raffaele Ferrari from UCL and Dr Claudia Manzoni from University of Reading. Discussing their research and the work of the International Frontotemporal Dementia Genomics Consortium (IFGC).
Senior Research Fellow at University College London. Island hoping and investigating the volumetry of subcortical structures in the brain and how they are structurally and functionally connected in the different forms of frontotemporal dementia.
Juice drinker, Research Fellow and part-time PhD student at UCL. currently working on the Rare Dementia Support (RDS) Impact Study and completing a PhD investigating physiological responses to music in people living with PCA and AD.