At the SDRC, we are always excited when we can share success of dementia and brain health researchers working in Scotland.

We’d like to offer our congratulations to Dr Lucy Stirland and SDRC Executive Committee Member Dr Tom Russ for their recent nominations for a Royal College of Psychiatrist Award 2021.

Lucy is nominated for Higher Psychiatric Trainee of the Year and Tom is nominated for the Saraswati Devi Jajoo Memorial Academic Researcher of the Year.

All the best and fingers crossed! The winners will be announced on the 11th November 2021. 

You can see the full shortlist here

 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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