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Dementia Institute Jun 4
Our closing keynote, Carol Dobson-Stone talks us through genetics and frontotemporal dementia - where genome sequencing is now and what it might do in the future.
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Simon Denegri Jun 3
Really looking forward to the start of the in Sydney today. Privilege to be here and looking forward to giving my keynote on public involvement in health research tomorrow morning
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Amy Shepherd Jun 5
Stoked to have won best oral presentation at - and look how cool the trophy is! Thanks again for the opportunity and award
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Involving Australia Jun 5
Fantastic to have Simon in Sydney to talk about UK experiences of involvement at today’s training workshop . Comments from participants: excellent, inspirational & fabulous. Thanks for being here Simon 😊
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Colin Green Jun 4
A great commute to work today - Presenting on health economics (dementia) at Australian Dementia Forum 2018 Sydney
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Nicole Smith Jun 4
Simon talks about involving people in research. As a current participant in the program in WA, I can say it’s been a positive experience to involve research buddies who are people living with the conditions I research in project discussions.
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Lauren Whyte Jun 4
Looking forward to hearing the latest updates from the Australian Forum from my supervisor,
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Dementia Institute Jun 4
"There's a medical revolution we talk less about than we should. And that's the revolution of the rise of the public voice" addresses ADF18 on how the UK involves the public in dementia research.
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EMCR Brain Science Network Jun 4
working in brain sciences and currently attending the conference (and others too) don’t forget to follow the twitter account and join the fight to by becoming a
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Tracy Comans Jun 3
More evidence of strength of association between obesity, Diabetes and dementia. Keep your abdominal fat to healthy levels in middle age. Rachel Whitner keynote speaker.
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JenniferThompson BSc (personal) Jun 4
@KimHuongNguyen3 speaking about at - and her enthusiasm for maths is engaging!
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Health Econ Exeter Jun 3
Making the Economic Case for Interventions for Dementia: What Now and What Next for Model-Based Evaluations: @c_greenEXETER is presenting at the Australian Dementia Forum 2018
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CAIN Jun 4
Thank you to everyone who told their stories as part of the four “Living with Dementia” sessions at . Really important messages, reminders, stories and reflections.
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Dr Emma Jun 4
Marketing & communications are essential, not to be trimmed from research budgets. Key to improving public involvement in research.
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Damián Hernández Jun 4
Thanks to for giving me the opportunity to present our work at in
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Dr Genevieve Steiner Jun 4
Fascinating talk from Carol Dobson-Stone finding CTX genetic mutation is associated w/ FTD - potential therapeutic options if we can screen and intervene early enough
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Cynthia Forlini Jun 4
Dobson-Stone: Relatives of those with genetics mutations leading to dementia choosing not to be screened given the variability joe and when FTD might manifest. Wise.
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Janice Besch Jun 3
Elidemiology - tool for precision medicine says international keynote Rachel Whitmer
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Dubhglas Taylor Jun 4
Talked about Knowledge Transfer today at the wanting better exchange of information between PLWD and researchers, yet some had not heard of nor the gains on gained thru them at the and the work on
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Dr Erin👩🏼‍🔬 Jun 4
Way to go for winning best presentation. Well deserved and cool trophy.
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