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Online PET-MR neuroimaging course at Edinburgh University

An online course explores the emerging neuroimaging technique of PET-MR, in which PET and MRI scans are run simultaneously to produce dynamic, high-quality images of the brain.

New Alzheimer's drug aducanumab approved for use in US

DPUK director Professor John Gallacher says the decision to approve the Alzheimer's drug aducanumab for use in the US is 'exciting news' for dementia research.

New study investigating iron and dementia starting in the DPUK Data Portal

Early career researcher Dr Laura Winchester from the University of Oxford will build upon research exploring the link between iron and dementia.

DPUK imaging lead elected to Academy of Medical Sciences

Professor Franklin Aigbirhio, who leads DPUK's Imaging Network, has been elected as a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences.

Imaging harmonisation project resumes after COVID-19 pause

After a pause due to COVID-19 regulations, the harmonisation study to calibrate DPUK's network of eight brain scanners has restarted.