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The Dementia Research Collaborative (DRC) at UEA is group of researchers, educators, clinicians and lay people who are interested in dementia research.

The aims of the group are:

i)    to disseminate cutting-edge dementia research findings across UEA, health services and the public

ii)    to foster research collaborations across UEA, health services and the public

Events Events

Dementia Research Collaborative, Alzheimer’s Research UK Public Event

When: Thursday 21st June 2018, 2pm to 5pm

Where: Julian Study Centre, Ground Floor Lecture Theatre, UEA; see map


Dr Katy Stubbs, Communications Officer, Science – Alzheimer’s Research UK

‘Funding world class dementia research’

Professor Matthew Lambon Ralph, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience within the School of Psychological Sciences – The University of Manchester

‘Crumbling concepts: understanding the nature of degrading conceptual knowledge in semantic dementia (the temporal lobe variant of frontotemporal dementia)’

Professor Anne Marie Minihane, Professor of Nutrigenetics, Department of Nutrition and Preventive Medicine, Director of Research and Innovation, Norwich Medical School, UEA

‘Nutrition and Brain Vitality’


The event is open to all and free to attend.  Parking is free of charge in the ‘Main Visitors Car Park’ for this event (other car parks at UEA will incur standard UEA parking charges).  Parking tokens will be validated at the registration desk on arrival and tea and coffee will be provided during the afternoon break.

To book or for more information about the event contact:


Tel:        01603 593540

Contact Contact

To get in contact with the Dementia Research Collaborative (DRC) please email us at