Plymouth University receives £1M to develop innovative dementia diagnostic technique
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University has received £1M from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Council to develop an innovative real-time, point-of-care dementia diagnostic technique using wonder-material graphene
City hosts annual dementia conference
Plymouth University news: Government Health Minister Norman Lamb MP and Alistair Burns, NHS England’s National Clinical Director for Dementia, are among the scheduled keynote speakers at a major dementia conference organised by Plymouth University.
Study to investigate the role of proteins in dementia
Plymouth University news: Researchers at Plymouth University are to investigate the role of proteins in dementia, and to see how that role might be developed as a therapy, thanks to funding from dementia charity BRACE
What makes a community dementia friendly?
The University of Plymouth is furthering its world-leading work in dementia support after signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the City of Macau in China.
New dementia project to link UK and China
Plymouth University news: Dementia experts from Plymouth are to share their expertise with colleagues in China, to improve dementia care in that country
Plymouth expert plays role in national dementia conference
Plymouth University news: Ian Sherriff joined a prestigious panel of leading dementia health and social care experts
University works with Plymouth Argyle to support fans living with dementia
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University is working alongside Plymouth Argyle Football Club to launch a range of initiatives to support fans living with the many forms of dementia
International impact of dementia conference
Plymouth University news: The 6th Plymouth Dementia Conference attracted contributions from dementia experts from around the world and attracted record numbers of delegates
Report shows progress of UK airports in helping people with hidden disabilities
Ian Sherriff welcomes a new Civil Aviation Authority report, as it looks to support people with disabilities such as dementia, autism and hearing loss.
Leading figure in dementia care and research wins national award
Ian Sherriff BEM, Academic Partnership Lead for Dementia at the University of Plymouth has won a National Dementia Friendly Award in the category ‘Outstanding Contribution Award’.
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