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Identifying subgroups of individuals who are at high risk of cognitive decline in the short to medium term or is important for informing recruitment into clinical trials and clinical decision-making. As part of the DPUK project, this study aims to develop and apply state-of-the-art risk stratification methods to identify such subgroups in DPUK cohorts.

The impact of this work is important for informing highly specific recruitment into clinical trials.

 

Our team

  • Brian Tom
    Brian Tom

    MRC Biostatistics Unit, University of Cambridge

Training opportunity

DPUK datathon in Exeter

Dr Sarah Bauermeister and Professor David Llewellyn

Better methods DPUK event Research

Wednesday, 01 May 2019 to Friday, 03 May 2019

Are you a data scientist interested in dementia? We’re looking for innovators with expertise in machine learning to take part in an exciting datathon on the 1-3 May at the University of Exeter. The event will bring together scientists to develop new ways of predicting and diagnosing dementia with real-world clinical data. The datathon is supported by the Alan Turing Institute, Alzheimer’s Research UK, Dementias Platform UK, and the University of Exeter.