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Falah Al Hajraf

Research Clinician

I am a medical doctor from Kuwait and I graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. I hold a master’s degree in Clinical Neurology from University College London. My MSc dissertation was about the plasma biomarkers of dementia in Down syndrome population. I worked for two years in Al Amiri Hospital as a senior house officer before coming to Oxford. My research interests are in cognition and Parkinson’s disease. That includes assessing the efficacy of the current cognitive treatments and also testing the use of online cognitive assessments to detect and monitor cognitive changes in PD and RBD patients.