Tag Archives: Global Dementia Research

Dementia Researchers Recognised and Rewarded (BBC News / Lundbeck Foundation)

Summary Four dementia researchers share the 2018 (€1 million Euro) Brain Prize (bestowed by the Lundbeck Foundation), in recognition of their joint work on the underlying neuropathological mechanisms thought to cause of Alzheimer’s Disease. Full Text Link Reference Roberts, M. … Continue reading

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Earlier Diagnosis Research: the Deep and Frequent Phenotyping Study (BBC News / GtR)

Summary The Deep and Frequent Phenotyping Study aims to discover new ways of diagnosing dementia, ideally decades before the symptoms become apparent in order to give future drug treatments the best chance of working. The Deep and Frequent Phenotyping Study … Continue reading

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Deep and Frequent Phenotyping Study: Dementia Early Detection and Biomarkers Research Programme (MRC / NIHR)

Summary The Deep and Frequent Phenotyping Study will explore improvements in biomarker research and the development of tests to detect Alzheimer’s Disease early on. This research programme will be funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) and the … Continue reading

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Faintest Hints of Promise From a Recent Dementia Drug Trial? (BBC News / Alzheimer’s Association International Conference)

Summary Data from a recent trial involving 891 patients, presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Toronto this week, indicates that an experimental new drug (LMTX) appears to slow the death of brain cells and preserve mental function in … Continue reading

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Further Funding for the Dementia Research Institute (Gov UK / MRC / Alzheimer’s Society / ARUK)

Summary Additional partnership funding has been announced for Dementia Research Institute (DRI). The Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer’s Research UK have each committed £50 million towards supporting the work of the Institute, making the total commitment to date around £250 million … Continue reading

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