Developing computational algorithms & machine-learning techniques, to transform cross-sectional imaging data to a longitudinal picture and reconstruct the sequence of disease progression.
This Keystone Symposia conference aims to highlight breakthrough technologies and approaches to de-risk CNS-targeted therapies.
Guest Blog – Using co-design methods to co-create technology with people with dementia and their carers
Over the last few years there has been an explosion of technology in healthcare. Ever since personal computing evolved in the 1980’s, followed by the Internet (or World Wide Web), patients and families can access health information faster than ever before and connect with others worldwide for advice and support. Mobile devices and later on…
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 post from the LSE Impact blog discusses the use of mobile phone applications as a research method in the social sciences. Reflecting on their own use of apps to study fear of crime, and providing four key points to consider when seeking to use apps in your projects.
Webinar Catch-up – Telehealth to enable access to interventions for people with dementia by Anna Volkmer
In this webinar, first broadcast on Wednesday 29th April 2020 – Anna Volkmer, Senior Speech & Language Therapist & NIHR Clinical Research Fellow at UCL explores the evidence underpinning use of Telehealth and reports on the perceived value of delivering speech and language therapy interventions remotely, and her experience of its use.