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
Day Three AAIC 2020 Podcast – Clinical Manifestations; Drug Development. Sharing news and views from the world largest dementia conference. Today Adam Smith chairs and talks with Dr Anna Volmer, Danielle Wilson and Dr Leonidas Chouliaras.
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.
Dr Megan Calvert-O’Hare is joined by Gillian Harrison, Professor Claudia Cooper and Professor David Sharp discussing their work, and all the news from day one of the Alzheimer’s Society Conference.
Dr Aoife Kiely from Alzheimer’s Society talks to Ruby Ali-Strayton, Dr Charlie Arber and Dr Claire Lancaster discussing their work, and all the news from day two of the Alzheimer’s Society Conference.
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.
What’s possible when a group of creative, motivated, self-driven qualitative researchers find each other? Adam Smith joined Dr Jemima Dooley and Dr Sarah Griffiths to record this podcast and find out about their plans.
In this first podcast of 2020, Anna Volkmer is talking with Dr Clarissa Giebel, Dr Aida Suarez-Gonzalez and James Fletcher exploring best practice and challenges in consenting people to participate in dementia research studies, and judging capacity.
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.