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Dr Juliette Lanksey

Post Doctoral Researcher

Juliette is a postdoctoral researcher in Professor James Rowe's group at the University of Cambridge. Within DPUK, she works on the New Therapeutic's in Alzheimer's Disease (NTAD) study.

Juliette analyses data from participants with Alzheimer's disease and control participants using dynamic causal modelling. Her research aims to use non-invasive imaging to reveal cellular-level effects of Alzheimer’s disease on cognition to (i) improve our understanding of disease mechanisms and (ii) identify mechanistically-informative biomarkers for experimental medicine studies.