SDRC Conference 2020: Postponement Information

SDRC Conference 2020: Postponement Information

This message is to inform you that in response to coronavirus and in anticipation of an ever-changing landscape, our Annual Scottish Dementia Research Consortium Conference scheduled for 20 April and the Early Career Researcher Workshop on 21 April 2020 will now be...
SDRC Executive Committee Support: Dr Terry Quinn

SDRC Executive Committee Support: Dr Terry Quinn

You may have read in our previous blog that we now have two new academics which will provide support to the SDRC Executive Committee with our growing activity. This support will run until our next Executive Committee election at the end of 2020.  The second of these...
SDRC Executive Committee Support: Dr Sophie Bradley

SDRC Executive Committee Support: Dr Sophie Bradley

Due to the growth of the SDRC, the committee have agreed we need to take on additional support to help the SDRC Executive Committee with activity. This support will run until our next Executive Committee election at the end of 2020. Our first member is Dr Sophie...
Early Career Researchers: Kieren Egan

Early Career Researchers: Kieren Egan

We are delighted to share this guest blog from Kieren Egan, a Research Associate from the University of Strathclyde. Read below about Kieren’s own PhD experience and life beyond in various research posts around the world. Kieren’s blog is part of an entire...
Early Career Researchers: Kaitlyn Hair

Early Career Researchers: Kaitlyn Hair

Today the SDRC are delighted to share a guest blog from Kaitlyn Hair, a PhD student from the University of Edinburgh. If you would like to write a blog for the SDRC website, get in touch I’m a meta-researcher – which means I do research ON research. This was not a...
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...