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.

Supporting research during COVID

Find out more about the actions SDRC are taking to ensure we maintain high quality dementia and brain health research ruring this time

Annual Report

What we know, where we are now and future ambitions within each of the key areas of dementia and brain health research in 2019 and beyond

Early Career Researcher Blogs

Read about the insights and experiences of the next generation of dementia and brain health researchers
COVID Impact on ECRs: Josie Fullerton

COVID Impact on ECRs: Josie Fullerton

Today's blog is part of our COVID Impact blog series, where we are sharing the experiences of ECRs whose research has been affected by COVID, as well as helpful insights and tips to how to work through this time. If you are a dementia or brain health researcher and...

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Has COVID affected your research? Do you have insights to share with other researchers? Write a blog for the SDRC!

Has COVID affected your research? Do you have insights to share with other researchers? Write a blog for the SDRC!

You will have seen on the SDRC website we are sharing a series of blogs from students Early Career Researchers in dementia and brain health sharing their own personal experiences of COVID. We know that many of you will have had your research affected by the current...

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COVID Impact on ECRs: Maria Drummond

COVID Impact on ECRs: Maria Drummond

In the coming days, the SDRC are publishing a series of blogs featuring Early Career Researchers who are sharing how COVID has impacted their research and career prospects. Today's blog is by Maria Drummond, PhD Student at the University of Glasgow My name is Maria...

How can I 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.