The launch of the SDRC Impact Report 2019

The launch of the SDRC Impact Report 2019

The SDRC are delighted to announce our Impact Report 2019, which was launched yesterday, 3rd June 2019 by Professor Craig Ritchie in his plenary session of the Alzheimer Scotland Annual Conference. The 840 delegates in attendance were among the first to get their...
New SDRC Executive Committee Member- Dr Karen Watchman

New SDRC Executive Committee Member- Dr Karen Watchman

Following the SDRC Executive Committee elections held earlier on 2019, we are delighted to have three new members. Our third and final blog post in this series highlighting our new members is for Dr Karen Watchman. Karen is an advocate of collaboration across all...
New SDRC Executive Committee Member- Dr Louise Ritchie

New SDRC Executive Committee Member- Dr Louise Ritchie

Following the SDRC Executive Committee elections held earlier on 2019, we are delighted to have three new members. The second of our blog posts about these new members is on Dr Louise Ritchie. Louise has been involved in dementia research in Scotland for over a...
New SDRC Executive Committee Member- Dr Maggie Ellis

New SDRC Executive Committee Member- Dr Maggie Ellis

Following the SDRC Executive Committee elections held earlier on 2019, we are delighted to have three new members. Over the next few days we will be sharing more information on our new Committee members. First up, is Dr Maggie Ellis. Dr Maggie Ellis is a lecturer in...

Football’s InfluencE on Lifelong health and Dementia risk (FIELD)

Following the deaths of Scottish football and Celtic legends Billy McNeill and Stevie Chalmers in the past week, the link between playing football and dementia has gained a lot of media attention. Many members of the public have inquired about ongoing research into...