Meet seven dementia researchers from five diverse backgrounds, and discover how people from all background can have a future as a dementia researcher.
Tag: Race Against Dementia
In the second of a five -part blog series – Dr Cara Croft discusses her work and how this Fellowship has provided fantastic flexibility to allow her to take her research to the USA, whilst remaining part of a team in the UK.
In the third of a five -part blog series – Dr Christy Hung discusses her work sharing what you could expect if you apply for the RAD Fellowship with Alzheimer’s Research UK, closing 20th January 2021,
In the fourth of our five -part blog series – Dr Claire Durrant from the University of Edinburgh discusses her Fellowship and the first time she met the motor racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart
In the last of our five -part blog series – Dr Ellen Dicks shares her research story, taking her from Germany, to Amsterdam and across the USA.
In the first of a five -part blog series – Dr Penny Moyle, Race Against Dementia CEO, discusses their Fellowship programme and just what makes it different to other Fellowships (You can apply for this Fellowship now)
Adam Smith has taken a look back over this year’s blogs and cut them together to make a five-part podcast special. Hear the authors narrate their blogs, discussing life, careers and research. In part-four we hear from Dr Claire Durrant and Dr Cara Croft from Race Against Dementia, Bethany McLoughlin, Dr Katy Stubbs and Dr Emily Oliver.
Adam Smith is joined by Race Against Dementia (RAD) CEO, Dr Penny Moyle and RAD Research Fellow Dr Claire Durrant from The University of Edinburgh. Discussing the unique five year RAD Fellowships, delivered in partnership with Alzheimer’s Research UK – and currently open to applications.
Race Against Dementia Fellow at the University of Florida, working to understand how genetic risk factors for the diseases that cause dementia can lead to brain cell death, pathology and dysfunction. Befriending gators, and proving you don’t only move to Florida for the sunshine (but it helps).
Race Against Dementia Fellow working at the May Clinic & Alzheimer Center Amsterdam, working to better understand understand the biological basis of brain connectivity loss in Alzheimer’s disease (and how to say Thursday in multiple languages).