Scotland Network Centre
The Network is designed to support dementia research through the funding of collaborative science and networking to share findings and resources.
Welcome to the Scotland Network Centre. The Research Network includes biomedical dementia researchers from the Universities of Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, Edinburgh and St Andrew’s.
Here you can find out more about Network Centre activities, learn more about Network funds available and make contact with other members.
Each Network Centre has an Organising Committee, chaired by the Network Coordinator, who decide on Network activities and use of grant funds.
Scotland Network Centre Organising Committee
- Dr Gayle Doherty (Network Coordinator)
- Susan Simpson (Network Administrator)
- Frank Gunn-Moore
- Gernot Riedel
- Mike Ashford
- Bettina Platt
- Calum Sutherland
- Tara Spires-Jones
- Karen Horsburgh
- Dr Fiona Kerr
- Dr Lorraine Work
Early Career Representative
Josie Fullerton, Zara Franklin and Chris Henstridge are the Early Career Representatives (ECR) for the Scotland Research Network. The ECRs act to engage PhD students and post-doctoral researchers with the Research Network, planning bespoke activities to suit early-career researchers. They also act as a port of call for questions about academic careers. Read more about the Scotland Network Centre early career representatives.
A full list of Network members, along with field of expertise, can be downloaded here.