ECR Presentation Opportunities

This year’s conference will showcase the world-leading dementia research taking place across Scotland. We are also delighted to provide researchers and external organisations the platform to present your work to our delegates.

Even at this virtual conference, we will facilitate opportunity for you to interact and have conversations with conference attendees.

Please see the opportunities below, for more information get in touch at sdrc@alzscot.org or call  0141 410 0104

Oral Presentations for ECRs

At the SDRC Conference, we always want to promote the research of ECRs. In addition to posters, we have limited availability for early career researchers to present a 10 minute presentation as part of our afternoon ECR session.

Presentations will be booked on a first come first serve basis.

If you would like to express an interest in presenting at the Conference, email SDRC@alzscot.org or call 0141 410 0104

Opportunities to express interest in doing a presentation will close 7th June 2021.

Join the SDRC

SDRC members are the first to find out about our latest news, events and opportunities. Join for free today

Read more SDRC Latest

Do you have insights to share with other researchers? Write a blog for the SDRC!

We are always looking for SDRC members to feature on our website and write a guest blog for the SDRC. You may already be familiar with our blog series, where we welcome contributions from people with an experience of brain health or dementia research. Blogs are an...

Neuroprogressive and Dementia Research Network Conference 2022

This year's Neuroprogressive and Dementia Network (from NHS Research Scotland) Annual Conference will be day focused on those most impacted by research outcomes, and an opportunity to learn from their experiences to improve the research landscape. It will bring...

Alzheimer Scotland Centre for Policy and Practice (ASCPP) Annual Celebration Report

The Alzheimer Scotland Centre for Policy and Practice (ASCPP) has launched its Annual Celebration Report to showcase the work of the Centre and celebrate outstanding dementia care during the pandemic.  The ASCPP is led by Professor Debbie Tolson, one of our SDRC...

Highlights from Alzheimer Europe Conference 2022

On 17-19 October 2022, Alzheimer Europe held their Annual Conference in Bucharest, Romania. The theme of the event was Building Bridges. In this blog, we are sharing the highlights of the Conference from a Scottish perspective. The Alzheimer Europe Conference is a...

Treating dementia, what’s next and how do we get there?

On the 21st September 2021, World Alzheimer's Day, Alzheimer Scotland held their annual conference. It was a virtual event which was attended by people with dementia, carers, practitioners and other members of the public from all over Scotland.  In the afternoon...

Alzheimer Disease International Clinician Survey

This year Alzheimer's Disease International has commissioned McGill University, Montreal, Canada to produce this year's World Alzheimer Report on diagnosis, as well as the 2022 World Alzheimer Report on post-diagnostic support. The first of three surveys is now ready...

Announcement of the Brain Health Alliance for Research Challenge

The SDRC are excited to be part of a new collaborative research alliance, supported by the Scottish Funding Council.  The Scottish Brain Health Alliance for Research Challenge (ARC) is a project that will receive up to £600,000 to create multi-disciplinary,...

Professor John Starr: A tribute

We're deeply saddened to hear that Professor John Starr has passed away. Prof Starr supported our work for many years as an Alzheimer Scotland Trustee, and as the Director of the Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Research Centre at the University of Edinburgh....

Dementia Researcher Podcast: Brain Health and Dementia Research Strategy

  On the 18th October, Adam Smith interviewed SDRC Chair Craig Ritchie and Director of Policy and Practice at Alzheimer Scotland on the Dementia Researcher Podcast. They were discussing the recently launched Scottish Brain Health and Dementia Research Strategy....

The launch of the SDRC Annual Report 2021/22

The SDRC Annual Report 2022, launched at the SDRC Annual Conference on Monday 9th May. It outlines what research has been ongoing in dementia and brain health research in Scotland in the past 12 months. It includes the updates from each of the SDRC Research Themes, as...