About the SDRC
The Scottish Dementia Research Consortium (SDRC) is a network of dementia researchers, policy makers and people living with dementia from across Scotland. We have over 600 members.
At the SDRC, we take part in and support high-quality, collaborative dementia research. The researchers in our network bring the results of research into practice and to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and those who care for them.
What we do
The SDRC are an active organisation who take action to promote and grow the dementia research community in Scotland. The following are some examples of our most recent work:
- Organising events for researchers to learn from each other and network
- Producing blogs featuring researchers who discuss their work and share experiences. We also have our own Twitter account (make sure to follow us!)
- Conducting our own research and produce publications which delve into dementia and brain health research
The SDRC was founded in 2013 with the aim of making Scotland the best environment in the world for dementia research.
Today, we are ambitious as ever. The SDRC Executive Committee work alongside our members to promote research, encourage collaboration and champion the dementia research community in Scotland
How can I be a part of the SDRC?
The SDRC is the biggest network of dementia and brain health research in Scotland. We all work together to celebrate and grow the research community.
Membership is free and open to all.