This distinguished group of some of the world’s leading dementia research experts reviews the applications we receive to most of our grant schemes before making recommendations to our Trustees.
- Chair - Prof Katie Lunnon, University of Exeter – Professor of Dementia Genomics
- Prof Delphine Boche, University of Southampton – Professor of Neuroimmunopathology, Department of Medicine
- Prof David Brooks, Imperial College London – Hartnett Professor of Neurology, Department of Medicine
- Prof Jon Brown, University of Exeter – Head of Department of Clinical and Biomedical Sciences
- Dr Janet Brownlees, MSD – Seniro Director at Discovery Research, MRL UK, MSD
- Dr Alexander Gerhard, University of Manchester – Senior Lecturer in Neurology, Wolfson Molecular Imaging Centre, Deputy Centre Lead for Clinical and Cognitive Neurosciences at the Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Mental Health
- Dr Cheryl Hawkes, Lancaster University – Senior Lecturer
- Prof Emma Kidd, Cardiff University – Dean of Postgraduate Studies, College of Biomedical and Life Sciences
- Prof Patrick Lewis, Royal Veterinary College – Professor of Neuroscience
- Prof David Llewellyn, University of Exeter – Director of Research and Impact
- Prof Paresh Malhotra, Imperial College London – Clinical Reader in the Division of Brain Sciences and Consultant Neurologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
- Prof Jody Mason, University of Bath – Senior Lecturer, Department of Biology and Biochemistry
- Prof Wendy Noble, University of Exeter – Professor of Molecular Neurobiology
- Prof Selina Wray, University College London – Research Associate in the NIHR BRU for Dementia Research
- Professor Louise Serpell, University of Sussex - Professor of Biochemistry and a Director of Sussex Neuroscience
- Prof Tammaryn Lashley, University College London
- Dr Yu Ye, Imperial College London
- Dr Petroula Proitsi, King’s College London
- Dr Afia Ali, University College London - Associate Professor at the School of Pharmacy.
- Prof Jessica Teeling, University of Southampton - Professor of experimental neuroimmunology.
We’re recruiting experts to join our Grant Review Board!
Alzheimer’s Research UK is seeking applications from leading scientists in neurodegeneration research to become part of our Grant Review Board (GRB). To find out more about the role and application process, please see the documents below.
Deadline for applications: 4th June 2023