All the news from Day Two of this years Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) in Los Angeles. Adam Smith talks with Dr Sara Imarisio, Riona McArdle and Dr Astrid Suchy-Dicey.
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Day Four AAIC 2020 Podcast – Public Health; Dementia Care and Psychosocial Factors; Dementia Care Practice. Our last AAIC podcast for 2020, sharing news and views. Today Adam Smith chairs and talks with Dr Riona McArdle, Dr Byron Creese and Esther Wiskerke.
This week Dr Aoife Kiely from Alzheimer’s Society and Dr Katie Subbs from Alzheimer’s Research UK talk with Dr Kirsty McAleese and Dr Keeley Brookes about their work on Brains for Dementia Research. Could this service help you?
As an Early Career Researcher, having an online profile is more than just ‘being on twitter’. In this podcast our panellists Dr Lakshini Mendis, Dr Jack Rivers-Auty and Dr Kirsty McAleese discuss what it means to have an online presence.
In this podcast, Dr Anna Volkmer hosts a podcast exploring Gait and its relevance to dementia, with three researchers exploring gait and using gait analysis in their research. Dr Riona McArdle and Dr Silvia Del-din from Newcastle University and Dr Keir Yong from University College London.
Lakshini hosts this great panel discussion with Dr Chris Hardy, Dr Kirsty McAleese, Dr Marianne Coleman and Dr Jack Rivers-Auty. All work in different fields of dementia research, and all shared their advice, tips and experiences of getting a fellowship.
In this podcast Oz Ismail talks to Géraldine Garrabet, Dr Caroline Selai and Kellie Morrissey discussing how they support students to stay physically and mentally well, with strategies for how they themselves have learned to cope.
In this recording Amy Monaghan talks to Timothy Rittman, Kellie Morrissey and Yvette Vermeer. We hear how these three individuals work with people with dementia, how this benefits their work, how to prepare, and how to approach working with individuals challenged by their symptoms.
Junior Research Fellow at Newcastle University working in Neuropathology, white matter damage in dementia and MRI-pathology correlates in dementia. Who can always find time for her favourite show on Bravo (can you guess which?)