Dementia with Lewy bodies
Dementia researchers from the University of Cambridge are inviting the public to join a free online event on Tuesday 4 August, to hear about progress being made in dementia research. Experts from the University of Cambridge will provide new insights into identifying the very earliest stages of dementia with Lewy bodies. The free online event…
Dr Daniel Erskine at the University of Newcastle will investigate how neurons are affected by Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB).
Researcher, Prof Jody Mason at the University of Bath will investigate the build-up of a key protein in the development of dementia with Lewy bodies.
Researchers at the University College London aim to understand the mechanisms underpinning visual hallucinations in both DLB and Parkinson’s disease.
Use information from the Brains for Dementia Research Programme to find out which disease combinations lead to a more rapid decline of memory and thinking skills.
Prof Nick Fox and Prof Jon Schott are studying brain scans to investigate changes in the brain over time in a longitudinal amyloid-PET/MRI study of the 1946 birth cohort.
While dementia with Lewy bodies can certainly have an enormous impact on people’s lives, unfortunately it is by no means rare.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge are using computer models to study dementia with Lewy bodies
Research at Imperial College London is exploring the link between head injury and dementia
Researchers at Newcastle University are investigating why some nerve cells are more susceptible than others to damage in dementia with Lewy bodies.