Welcome to the SDRC

The SDRC supports high quality, collaborative research throughout Scotland. We bring together Scottish-based dementia researchers from all disciplines  and stages of their career to promote research interests
at a national, UK, European, and International level.

Impact Report

What we know, where we are now and future ambitions within each of the key areas of dementia and brain health research

Early Career Researcher Blogs

Read about the insights and experiences of the
next generation of dementia and brain health researchers

Annual Conference

Click below to read about our most recent SDRC Conference

International Researcher: Ariel Frame

International Researcher: Ariel Frame

Today, the SDRC goes international! This guest blog is form Ariel K. Frame, PhD Candidate from the neuroscience graduate program at Western University, London, Ontario, Canada. Ariel tells us about research and a desire to work in Scotland.     I am a neurobiologist...

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Early Career Researchers: Kieren Egan

Early Career Researchers: Kieren Egan

We are delighted to share this guest blog from Kieren Egan, a Research Associate from the University of Strathclyde. Read below about Kieren's own PhD experience and life beyond in various research posts around the world. Kieren's blog is part of an entire series of...

Early Career Researchers: Kaitlyn Hair

Early Career Researchers: Kaitlyn Hair

Today the SDRC are delighted to share a guest blog from Kaitlyn Hair, a PhD student from the University of Edinburgh. If you would like to write a blog for the SDRC website, get in touch I’m a meta-researcher – which means I do research ON research. This was not a...

Want to be a part of the SDRC?

The SDRC is a network of researchers from all disciplines, practitioners, social scientists and policy makers. Membership is free, and open to anybody who is interested in dementia research in Scotland.