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Ctr Dementia Prevent
A cross-discipline research centre established to understand and tackle risk factors associated with dementia. Directed by Profs Manson, Ritchie and Clarke.
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Mar 18
Fantastic news Lucy and so much deserved. Congratulations!!
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Mar 13
Our Centre has cancelled all upcoming participant visits in steps to minimise risk of transmission. This includes all and visits. For any advice please contact the research team: 0131 651 7661 lothian.dementiaprevention@nhs.net
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PREVENT Dementia Mar 13
Today we have cancelled all visits to our 5 research centres across the UK & Ireland. This is because of the need to protect staff & participants from the risk of transmission. We believe in Citizen science so we now need citizen’s response to get R<1
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Sarah Gregory Mar 6
Pleased to be able to share our publication from work completed during with & Prof Anne Schilder exploring hearing aid experiences in people with Alzheimer's & MCI
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Mar 4
Building personalised risk prediction models Risk factors in red, protective factors in blue Investigating the risk probability of 's for an i͟n͟d͟i͟v͟i͟d͟u͟a͟l͟. Driven by data With and @
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Mar 4
By letting data tell the story we can find valuable alternatives to traditional (expensive) disease monitoring technologies - e.g brain scans Understanding global big-data can help us refine models that work for developing countries tells
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Mar 4
week 4 evoking the legacy of Alan Turing and explaining the role of in modelling disease
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Mar 4
What's the Spanish for ladybird?? It's not enough to simply translate cognitive tests. Questions need to be culturally relevant in order to give insight into cognitive changes over time Graciela Muniz-Terrera
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Mar 4
Beginning week 4 of the with Dr Graciela Muniz-Terrera explaining that as the worlds aged population grows, we will see a disproportionate increase in prevalence in low and middle income countries
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Mar 4
Join us this evening for the final installment of with Week four - '𝗗𝗲𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁𝗶𝗮 𝗣𝗿𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗻𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻: 𝗔 𝗚𝗹𝗼𝗯𝗮𝗹 𝗔𝗽𝗽𝗿𝗼𝗮𝗰𝗵' 6.30-8pm, Godfrey Thomson's Hall
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University of Edinburgh's Centre for Open Learning Mar 3
📢 Due to popular demand, we've added some more spaces for the final lecture of our series tomorrow evening with 'Dementia Prevention: a global approach'. Register for free here👉
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PREVENT Dementia Feb 27
Tonight, 8.30pm on and Shane Williams explores the research investigating contact sports, head injuries and risk for diseases in professional athletes With and
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Feb 26
Thanks for coming Sarah!
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Feb 26
Amid the gloom tells of some recent positives in for disease Citing successes in and the promising 𝙥𝙤𝙩𝙚𝙣𝙩𝙞𝙖𝙡 of Generation-HD 1 trial for (caveat - still in trial stage)
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Feb 26
How does affect ? is interested in investigating the stress hormone in relation to risk for Work from
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Feb 26
The rationale for stratified medicine and beyond - to personalised medicine with at
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Feb 26
At describes how strict inclusion criteria attempt to address the challenge of finding: —the right people —with the right disease —at the right time
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Feb 26
Discovering what's involved in the multiple phases of for new treatments. Turns out they're pretty stringent! At with
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Ctr Dementia Prevent Feb 26
week 3 ! introduces where we currently treat diseases and where we should shift our gaze to develop more effective treatments for the future
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Sarah Gregory Feb 26
Kicking off tonight's . This week takes us through development treatments for
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