Join the Edinburgh Dementia Prevention research team from the University of Edinburgh alongside dementia charity Playlist for Life for an evening discussion on how we can all improve our brain health, contribute to ongoing research and manage our risk of dementia in later life.

Leading global experts will explore how lifestyle, environment and genes all play their part in the most challenging health conditions of our time. They will provide insights on current research, the power of personalised music for dementia and how anyone interested in joining a brain health study can get involved.

This events series will see the panel visit the following locations across Scotland:

Arran – Brodick Public Hall, Brodick – 9th September, 7pm-9pm

Mull- Aros Hall, Tobermory – 10th September, 7pm-9pm

Skye- Fingal Centre, Portree – 11th September, 7pm-9pm



Hear from:

Prof Craig Ritchie, Professor of the Psychiatry of Ageing & Director of Edinburgh Dementia Prevention

Andy Lowndes, Deputy Chair, Playlist for Life Charity

Dr Tom Russ, Director of the Alzheimer’s Scotland Research Centre at the University of Edinburgh

Dr Graciela Muniz-Terrera, Senior Lecturer in Biostatistics and Epidemiology at Edinburgh Dementia Prevention

Dr Emma Law, Network Manager for NHS Research Scotland Neuroprogressive and Dementia Network


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