The 2019 Dementia Awareness Day will be held at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford on the morning of Saturday March 2nd, 10am-1pm . The Oxford ARUK Network Centre organise this event to discuss current dementia research taking place within the network centre, which includes the University of Oxford, Oxford Brookes University and University of Reading. Book your place at the 2019 event below.
The event is open to the public and features several short talks from scientists on a range of topics in dementia.
Talks include: Turning discoveries into breakthroughs (Katy Stubbs, Alzheimer's Research UK), Two Mothers Remembered (Rick Somerset-Williams), Journeys through medicine-taking (Dr Rosemary Lim, Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, Reading University), Inflammation and Alzheimer’s disease: a search for new drug targets (Dr Emma Mead, Oxford Drug Discovery Institute), One disease - too many genes; one gene - too many diseases (Claudia Manzoni, Reading University School of Pharmacy), The heart-brain link in dementia: what changes when? (Dr Sana Suri Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity) and Exercise and exosomes (Yaomeng Liu, PhD candidate, Oxford Brookes University).
We will also invite those who support people living with dementia and carers who will host information stands during the break. There will also be information on how you can get involved with dementia research. Organisations you can meet include:Alzhiemer's Research UK - NIHR Clinical Research Network - Museum of Oxford – Memory & cognition research group – Guideposts Trust - Dementia Oxfordshire – The Alzheimer's Society – Young Dementia – OxDARE - NHS Trust - Daybreak
Book your place at the 2019 event below.
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