Sube Banerjee is Professor of Dementia and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences. He is an international expert in quality of life in dementia and the evaluation of new treatments. He led the development of the UK National Dementia Strategy.
Positioning dementia as a global priority
Helping people with dementia
The person behind the pioneer
To enquire about future collaborations, please contact Professor Sube Banerjee, MBE
It is critically important to help people with dementia maintain a good quality of life. It is within the power of policy makers and individuals to prevent and delay a significant proportion of dementia, especially for those disproportionately affected by dementia risk factors – low- and middle-income countries and vulnerable populations, including Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities.
Professor Sube Banerjee, MBE
Current projects and research activity
Research Festival 2022
Champion for health
Our research tackles the most pressing public health issues to improve the health and care of the populations we serve. We have a vibrant community of interdisciplinary research that is truly cutting-edge, from disease discovery to innovative care practices, novel treatments to clinical trials. We are at the forefront of research into the mechanisms, treatments and best care practices for areas including brain tumours, Parkinson’s disease, ageing communities, digital health, antibiotic resistance, and health inequalities.
Our close partnership with the University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, together with the Derriford Research Facility, place us on the frontline of applied research from the laboratory to the patients across medicine, dentistry and healthcare professions.