A WORLD LEADING RESOURCE FOR PERSON FOCUSED DEMENTIA RESEARCH

The Dementias Platform UK brings together world leading experts with cutting edge technology to speed up progress in dementias research.  Aiming to deliver early detection, prevention and better treatment and management of dementias.

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ROADMAP: aiming for another 3million grant for DPUK

ROADMAP: aiming for another 3million grant for DPUK

DPUK Director Professor John Gallacher along with European colleagues have secured the €4 million Real world Outcomes across the AD spectrum (ROADS) grant from the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI).
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‘Tools for Science’: Post Conference Pack online now!

‘Tools for Science’: Post Conference Pack online now!

The Dementias Platform UK Annual Conference held in April focused on how the platform enables more and better dementia research. A Post Conference Pack has been created to provide a summary of the day. The resource includes: presentation slides; scientific posters and abstracts; photographs and quotes from both presenters and contributors.
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Boost for Professor Karl Herholtz leading the DPUK Brain Imaging Partnership

Boost for Professor Karl Herholtz leading the DPUK Brain Imaging Partnership

Dementia’s Platform UK (DPUK) welcomes the news that the MRC Neurosciences and Mental Health Board have awarded £0.8million for an Imaging Network Partnership to Professor Karl Herholz, at Manchester University. The support is a clear sign of DPUK’s early success in facilitating the development of a vibrant scientific community. The Partnership will strengthen collaboration between the 8 UK Brain Imaging centres engaged in the DPUK Imaging Network enabling further research in Dementias.
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Success for Stem Cell Science at the MRC Neuroscience and Mental Health Board

Success for Stem Cell Science at the MRC Neuroscience and Mental Health Board

Professor Siddharthan Chandran at Edinburgh University, has been awarded a £1.2million Partnership Award from the MRC Neuroscience and Mental Health Board, creating one of the first two DPUK-Linked projects. This Partnership will build on the work of the DPUK Stem Cells Network. Professor Karl Herholtz won a similar award extending the work of the DPUK Imaging Network at the same meeting.
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