Dementia Connect support line
From the Summer 2016 edition of Care and cure magazine, hear from Isobel Evans, a first year of a three-year funded PhD studentship. She's based at the University of Exeter as part of the Cognitive Function and Ageing Study Doctoral Training Centre.
From the Summer 2016 edition of Care and cure magazine, research shows that, for people with the APOE4 gene, keeping your brain busy may delay some of the signs of Alzheimer's disease.
From our Autumn 2016 issue of Care and Cure magazine, hear from Dr Claudia Metzler-Baddeley- an Alzheimer's Society and BRACE research fellow and a senior lecturer in psychology at Cardiff University. She is based at the Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC).
From the Autumn 2016 edition of Care and cure magazine, The APOE4 gene may have effects on the brain even in early age.
In Sussex, our centre aims to expose and understand how apolipoprotein E effects us throughout our lifetime.
Catch up with Alzheimer's Society's first virtual Annual Lecture and find out everything we know about prevention, and the proactive steps we can all take to minimise our risk of dementia.
Research project: Integrated multi-omics prediction of incident Alzheimer's disease and its risk factors.