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Coronavirus (COVID-19): advice and updates

At this difficult time, it can be hard to know where to turn for

reliable information and help. Please see the our Guidance for older

adults and their families, which contains information and resources

to support older adult.

 

OxDARE brings together diverse groups who are involved in

dementia and ageing research across Oxford's departments and

institutes.

 

OxDARE was founded by the NIHR Oxford BRC, and is now

funded by the NIHR Oxford Health BRC (a partnership between

Oxford Health NHS Trust and the University of Oxford).

 

The main aims of OxDARE are to support and connect Oxford's

biomedical research community, as part of the Older Adults and

Dementia theme of the NIHR Oxford Health BRC, and to engage the

public through educational events and research opportunities. We

work closely with the local Thames Valley Alzheimer's Research UK network(ARUK) on many of our activities and events.

 

To find our more about how you can get involved with Oxford

Dementia and Ageing Research, please visit the relevant pages For

Researchers or For the Public, or see our latest news.