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David Llewellyn

University of Exeter

David is a fellow of the Alan Turing Institute and co-lead of the DPUK datathon which will be held at the University of Exeter. David's research aims to enhance the timely detection of dementia, with a focus on developing strategies for primary and secondary prevention using machine learning. He uses a combination of evidence synthesis, data science and machine learning to develop new translational insights to identify more effective interventions and enhance the diagnostic pathway for dementia. He is an expert on the evaluation of cognitive function and dementia, and he advises on cognitive measures as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA). He also sits on Alzheimer’s Research UK’s Grant Review Board and Clinical Policy Advisory Panel.

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