Dementia with Lewy bodies
To mark the first ever World Lewy Body Day on 28 January 2024, Dr Daniel Erskine explains how his research is helping us understand more about dementia with Lewy bodies so we can get closer to a cure.
Prof Nigel Hooper and his team of researchers at the University of Manchester are investigating a potential new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers at King’s College hospital are investigating a new way to look at the brain that could potentially predict the development of neurodegenerative diseases.
The festive season can be a wonderful time to share food, exchange presents and spend quality moments with your loved ones. But Christmas can have so much more meaning when we choose to give something back to a cause close to our hearts. We know that if nothing changes, 1 in 2 people will have…
What to lookout for if you’re worried about your loved ones and dementia this Christmas: Dr Tim Rittman explains the early signs and what to do next.
This week, we published our Annual Report for the 2022/23 financial year, and I couldn’t be more excited to reflect on such a momentous year for progress, both in dementia research and at Alzheimer’s Research UK.
Researchers at the University College London aim to understand the mechanisms underpinning visual hallucinations in both dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) and Parkinson’s disease
Dr Daniel Erskine from Newcastle University is investigating the role of a type of fat, called sphingolipids, in dementia with Lewy bodies.
Can boosting chemical messaging in the brain help people with early-stage dementia with Lewy bodies?
Researchers at Newcastle University will study how a drug affects people in early stages of dementia with Lewy bodies.
This project will review the current evidence around the benefits and risks of sport and, through collaboration with stakeholders in research, clinicians, and sporting bodies, define future research priorities in this space.