This project will look at the current evidence around the benefits and risks of sport. It will involve consultation with stakeholders in research, clinicians and sporting bodies to help define any future research priorities in this space.
I’ve been working for Royal Mail for five years, and this year I started in the newly formed Strategic Business Development team. During World Alzheimer’s Month in September, Royal Mail supported Alzheimer’s Research UK by opening their Think Brain Health e-learning to employees. Through this, I discovered that one in two people will know someone…
Scientists have developed a new vaccine shown to reduce Alzheimer’s symptoms in mice with features of the disease.
Studying chemicals passed between nerve cells could shed light on how nerve cell function is different in people with dementia
Researchers at Aston University are investigating how the ApoE4 risk gene for Alzheimer’s disease affects fat production in brain cells.
Researchers at the University of Reading will investigate how the tau protein changes brain function and affects memory
Researchers from King’s College London are investigating whether faults in the waste disposal system of specialised brain cells contribute to Alzheimer’s disease
Researchers are studying brain tissue to understand how diabetes might contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease
Researchers at the University of Cambridge will investigate how proteins in Alzheimer’s disease interact with our immune response to cause harmful inflammation in the brain.