Early Career Researchers: Catriona Ingram

Early Career Researchers: Catriona Ingram

Throughout August, the SDRC are publishing a series of blogs from PhD Students/ Early Career Researchers in dementia and brain health.  For the first week, we are featuring those that were in the SDRC Impact Report 2019.  Our final blog this week is by Catriona...
Early Career Researchers: Guest Blog for SDRC

Early Career Researchers: Guest Blog for SDRC

The Scottish Dementia Research Consortium are looking for PhD Students and Early Career Researchers to feature in guest blogs on our website. The SDRC are always pursuing new and different ways to promote those early in their research career. From providing...
Scottish Neurological Research Fund: Award Announcement

Scottish Neurological Research Fund: Award Announcement

The SDRC are delighted to announce the success of the inaugural  Scottish Neurological Research Fund (SNRF) The SNRF was established to research the causes, prevention and management of neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental conditions.  The purpose of the fund is...
The SDRC Impact Report 2019- SDIP Theme

The SDRC Impact Report 2019- SDIP Theme

The following is an excerpt of SDRC Impact Report 2019 which provides on overview of the research in the field of brain health Informatics, through the Scottish Dementia Informatics Partnership. Blogs on the other SDRC themes will be available in the coming days.  The...
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...