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4 April 2022
Largest study of its kind could reveal new avenues for therapeutic intervention
10 March 2022
A senior researcher from the Dementia Research Institute (DRI) has presented a public lecture as part of Cardiff University’s Science in Health Live series, focused on Parkinson’s Disease (PD).
6 October 2021
Professor Julie Williams joined UK DRI, Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer’s Research UK to discuss research in building an early warning system for dementia.
4 October 2021
A physiologist from the Dementia Researcher Institute (DRI) has been featured in The Physiological Society’s latest campaign raising awareness of how few Black academics hold senior positions in higher education institutions in the UK.
30 September 2021
Professor Phil Taylor has taken up the role at the centre where researchers are exploring the function of genes involved in Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Huntington’s disease.
6 November 2020
Cardiff University academics awarded prestigious fellowship from UKRI
21 September 2020
The grant is funding an Alzheimer’s Research UK PhD student, Aurora Veteleanu, at the UK Dementia Research Institute (UK DRI) at Cardiff University.
21 August 2020
Results could be key to developing new treatments, researchers say
9 March 2020
‘Exciting’ new model will help pinpoint new treatment targets for most common form of dementia
31 October 2019
A Cardiff University scientist has become the first in Wales to be awarded a prestigious Academy of Medical Science professorship.
How we are promoting excellence to help create a world where research conquers dementia.