On December 5, the philanthropy announced the first set of awards for the network, totaling $51.95 million.
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New research projects announced under the ESRC-NIHR Dementia Research Initiative 2018, aiming to improve the lives of people living with dementia.
This week our panel of NHS clinicians are in the studio to discuss their stories of becoming ‘research active’. With advise for others and details on how they are now working to support and encourage others on the front line of NHS care.
The life of a clinical academic is a constant balancing act between the demands of delivering patient care and the requirement of driving research relevant to that. Amy Monaghan talks to Dr Timothy Rittman, Dr Ione Woollacott & Dr Akin Nihat about how they meet theses challenges.
Like all busy mums and dads, we find creative ways to manage, our time and work – but how about when that work is a career in dementia research….
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.
NIHR Clinical Lecturer and Specialist Registrar in Old Age Psychiatry working at University of Cambridge and Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust researching the epigenetics of Lewy Body Dementia. Enjoys a good road-trip!