Through research we’ll bring about breakthroughs that will change lives, but scientists need your help.

People with and without dementia, as well as carers, have a vital role to play in helping scientists understand more about diseases like dementia with Lewy bodies, and to test new treatments, therapies and methods of diagnosis.

You can register to find out which research studies you may be suitable to take part in via Join Dementia Research.

You can also register your interest and find out more about what might be involved in a research study by clicking the button below.

Des

My wife Valli and I have been busy and we’ve remained active, especially since I was diagnosed. I’ve spent whole days at the local hospital being involved in lots of research and clinical tests. I want to be as useful as I can for as long as I can.

- Des, who lives with dementia with Lewy bodies

Alzheimer’s Research UK has funded more than £7.5 million of pioneering research into dementia with Lewy bodies. We’ve funded a further £25.3 million of research into finding new ways to detect and diagnose dementia. Accurate and early diagnosis is crucial to delivering effective treatments to people affected.

Projects like these enable us to understand more about dementia, and to develop new diagnosis methods and treatments. You can find out more about these projects and our other funded research below.

With your support, we will fund many more studies into dementia with Lewy bodies. We promise we will not stop until dementia can no longer destroy lives.

We are Alzheimer’s Research UK.

We exist for a cure.

Dementia with Lewy bodies

This booklet is for anyone who wants to know more about dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB). This includes people living with DLB, their carers, families and friends.

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Research projects

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Dementia Research Infoline

Want to know more about dementia? Keen to take part in research projects?

Contact the Dementia Research Infoline:

9am-5pm, Monday to Friday

0300 111 5 111

infoline@alzheimersresearchuk.org