Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia: Oxford ARUK Public Open Day
- Tell us about current research into Young Onset Dementia (Dr Angela Bithell)
- Why is walking good for cognition? (Dr Helen Dawes)
- Is there anything I can do to prevent me getting dementia? (Dr Angela Bithell)
- What is the most common tool you use in Alzheimer's Research? (Dr Alejo Nevado-Holgado)
- How are skin cells going to help us understand dementia? (Dr Angela Bithell)
- How does imaging help us develop new treatments for Alzheimer's? (Dr Clare MacKay)
Click on the images below for short talks on Alzheimer's, Dementia, current treatments and latest research, recorded at the Academic Centre, JR Hospital, Oxford. March 28th 2015 during the Oxford ARUK Dementia Information Day.
Dr Angela Bithell of Reading University explains the importance of Stem Cells in trying to understand Dementia and finding new treatments
What are Biomarkers? And why are they useful in Alzheimer's Disease Research.
Alejo Nevado-Hogado, Department of Psychiatry, Oxford University
A short overview of 'Join Dementia Research', a national service in collaboration with Alzheimer's Research UK, Alzheimer's Society & the National Institute of Health Research.
Jennifer Potts, NIHR Clinical Research Network: Thames Valley and South Midlands
Movement and exercise and it's relation to thinking and cognition.
Dr Helen Dawes, Oxford Brookes University
How imaging is used in translational neuroscience.
Dr Clare MacKay, Department of Psychiatry, Oxford University