Blood Biomarker-based Diagnostic Tools for Early-stage Alzheimer’s Disease (BBDiag)
The University of Plymouth: Blood Biomarker-based Diagnostic Tools for Early-stage Alzheimer’s Disease (BBDiag)
Families who have members with Alzheimers
What's on at Plymouth University: Families who have members with Alzheimers. Voice, Inclusion and Participation research group seminar. Plymouth University, 31 March 2017.
National Memory Day aims to empower people with dementia
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University academics will help to highlight the potential for creative writing and poetry to empower and uplift those affected by memory loss during the first National Memory Day held in May 2016
Dementia Information Day
What's on at Plymouth University: Dementia information day - discussing current dementia research. Buckfastleigh, Devon, 3 September 2015.
Devon scientists to host free dementia information day
Plymouth University news: Dementia researchers from across the South West, including Plymouth University, are working with Alzheimer's Research UK on a free day of research information for the general public
Study to investigate the role of proteins in dementia
Plymouth University news: Researchers at Plymouth University are to investigate the role of proteins in dementia, and to see how that role might be developed as a therapy, thanks to funding from dementia charity BRACE
Dementia experts visit House of Lords
Plymouth University News: Plymouth University’s pioneering efforts to support rural communities in fighting dementia have been showcased to some of the UK’s most influential political figures
Institute of Translational and Stratified Medicine seminar
What's on at Plymouth University: This research seminar focuses on the pathophysiology of astroglia with special emphasis on Alzheimer's disease. Plymouth, 1 October 2014.
New investment unites Plymouth and Exeter researchers to defeat dementia
Plymouth University news: Dementia researchers from Plymouth University and the University of Exeter are to join forces to find a cure in the new Alzheimer's Research UK South West Research Network