Opportunity- Research Assistant University of Strathclyde

Opportunity- Research Assistant University of Strathclyde

The School of Psychological Sciences and Health at the University of Strathclyde is seeking to appoint a Research Assistant to support a new exciting project aimed at delivering new peripheral biomarkers for the early detection of Alzheimer’s disease. This project...
Early Career Researchers: Miles Welstead

Early Career Researchers: Miles Welstead

Following on from our very successful August PhD student and Early Career Researcher blog series, we have many more blogs to share with you during September! Our first one is by Miles Welstead.  Follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with the series. I am a PhD...
Understanding Dementia: Prevention, Playlists and Progress

Understanding Dementia: Prevention, Playlists and Progress

Join the Edinburgh Dementia Prevention research team from the University of Edinburgh alongside dementia charity Playlist for Life for an evening discussion on how we can all improve our brain health, contribute to ongoing research and manage our risk of dementia in...
Early Career Researchers: Sarah Gregory

Early Career Researchers: Sarah Gregory

 We are ending the third week of PhD student and Early Career Researcher blog series with Sarah Gregory, PhD student from the University of Edinburgh.  Follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with the series.  Hi, I’m Sarah and I’m a part time doctoral candidate with...
Early Career Researchers: Emma Russell

Early Career Researchers: Emma Russell

Read our new blog below from Emma Russell, as part of the SDRC’s series of blogs from PhD Students/ Early Career Researchers in dementia and brain health.  Follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with the series.  I am a doctoral candidate studying at the...
Early Career Researchers: Laura McWhirter

Early Career Researchers: Laura McWhirter

The SDRC are committed to promoting and supporting researchers in the early stages of their career. This is why, we have put together a blog series featuring PhD students and ECRs from all disciplines. Read the series so far here Read Laura McWhirter’s blog on...