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The NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research is the new hub of a $200m Govt initiative turning Australian research into reality.
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Dementia Institute Nov 13
Replying to @CogTrain
Thanks - we've updated your profile. :)
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Dementia Institute Nov 13
NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research Development Fellows and Boosting Dementia Research Leadership Fellows are now listed on the NNIDR website. Visit to see what our Fellows are working on by priority area.
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Dementia Institute Nov 13
Very well deserved - congratulations!
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Sally Crowe Nov 8
Have now read this immensely helpful paper covering all aspects of payment for public involvement in research -written by people with ‘PhDs in lived experience’ it’s comprehensive, practical and a good read. Please RT and share widely.
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Dementia Institute Nov 9
Congratulations all - excellent development strengthening the Australian dementia research landscape.
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Dementia Institute Nov 1
We're thrilled to announce the Australian Dementia Forum 2019: Shining a light on the impact of dementia research will be held 13-14 June 2019, in Hobart. Visit for more details.
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Janice Besch Oct 31
Australian dementia researchers may not know it, but their projects as at 2016 are available online as part of an international neurological diseases dataset
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Dementia Institute Oct 31
Congratulations to the team at - two of their online dementia courses have been honoured at the Tasmanian Export Awards. A testament to the global reach of a MOOC. Well done all!
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Dementia Institute Oct 25
Wonderful to have you there, !
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Dementia Institute Oct 25
has today announced up to $3m funding for researchers seeking to build capacity for reliable estimates of dementia data
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Dementia Institute Oct 25
‘Dementia is the second leading cause of death in this country. And that’s why this research plays a very important and critical role.’ announces up to $15m funding for research into dementia risk reduction.
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Dementia Institute Oct 25
Boosting Dementia Research Grants Scheme Priority Round 6: Improving Dementia Data and Methods is now open to applications. Minimum data due 21 November. Visit for more information.
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Dementia Institute Oct 25
Boosting Dementia Research Grants Scheme Priority Round 5: Implementing Risk Reduction and Dementia Research is now open to applications. Minimum data due 21 November. Visit for more information.
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NHMRC Oct 25
NOW OPEN: Boosting dementia research opportunities grants scheme funding rounds as part of the Australian Government’s $200m Research Initiative. Read full media release here:
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IRNDP Oct 24
IRNDP is delighted to announce the first of our dementia infographics available in multiple languages incl Mandarin, Spanish and Greek. Risk factors for dementia – information available in different languages –
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Amit Lampit Oct 23
Important piece on preventing cognitive decline. To target the underlying biology, we need to think outside our silos and start combining interventions. Promising indications for synergetic effects. Let's work together.
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CAIN Oct 21
Great talk by here at day . 1/3 of children born in 2015 will be diagnosed with dementia. Big, important and shocking prediction. Get exercising and reduce your dementia risk!
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Dementia Institute Oct 21
New MRFF call: support for Australian research teams to conduct clinical trial research in collaboration with international counterparts. Novel health treatments include new and innovative applications of existing interventions.
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Dementia Institute Oct 21
For dementia care researchers: new NHMRC targeted call for implementation of research into frailty and its association with functional and cognitive decline
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Dementia Institute Oct 21
DTA Webinar on 14 November - Dementia care in the 21st century: we can do better:
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