Guides and help in dementia research
Using longitudinal data, cognitive tests and stem cell lines in dementia studies.
Find out how our resources can help you.
Help with longitudinal data.
Follow the links below for the latest publications, techniques and resources for carrying out dementia research. Our guides and help for dementia research include information on how to use cognitive test data in your research, and how to work with big data and stem cells in dementia research. You’ll also find the latest scientific publications supported by DPUK, and our research practice reports.
Dates for your diary
Westminster Health Forum policy conference: Improving dementia outcomes in England – research, personalised care and health and social care integration
Tuesday, 10 December 2019
DPUK Director, John Gallacher, will be speaking alongside delegates from senior government, health policymaking organisations, NHS representatives and patient groups at the Westminster Health Forum policy conference. Speakers will address the priorities for improving outcomes for those with dementia and ensuring early intervention.
Thursday, 13 February 2020 to Friday, 14 February 2020
Healthy ageing is a two-day conference held by the Royal Society and the Academy of Medical Sciences' FORUM. The UK Government has set the Grand Challenge of achieving five extra years of healthy older age by 2035, but achieving this will be reliant on innovations in research and health and social care systems that benefit people of all ages and backgrounds. DPUK researcher, Ian Deary, is one of the organisers of this event.