Scottish Dementia Research Consortium (SDRC)A membership organisation which aims to support the development and expansion of high quality, co-ordinated, collaborative dementia research throughout Scotland.
Scotland’s largest annual dementia conference (Friday 8 June, EICC, Edinburgh) will see the official launch of the newly created Scottish Brain Health Register. The register is led by the Scottish Dementia Informatics Platform (part of the...read more
The SDRC's annual conference took place in Glasgow on 23 April, with around 120 delegates coming together to collaborate and exchange knowledge. The conference also provided a platform for PhD students, postdoctoral researchers and others at the early stage of their...read more
This article was originally published on The World Bank’s Voices blog. In our previous blog post, we wrote about how getting a good head start in brain development builds the foundation of our cognitive abilities. It puts us in a path towards...
This post first appeared on The World Bank’s Voices Blog. Did you know that investments in early childhood are crucial for achieving the brain’s full developmental potential and resilience? Jim Heckman, Nobel Laureate in economics, and his collaborators have shown...
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The SDRC is a network of researchers from all disciplines, practitioners, social scientists and policy makers. Membership is free, and open to anybody who is interested in dementia research in Scotland.