Profile: ABCD study lead. Dr Savva is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Statistics based in Health Sciences at UEA. His main areas of research involve the analysis of cohort studies, particularly in the fields of dementia, mental health and healthy ageing.
Profile: ABCD study manager and lead analyst. Dr Richardson is responsible for the day-to-day running of the research programme under the guidance of Dr Savva and is based in Health Sciences. Her research focuses on pharmacoepidemiology in the older population and related methodology.
Profile: Professor Fox is a Clinical Reader/Honorary Consultant Psychogeriatrician based at the Norwich Medical School. His main areas of research involve evidence based mental health, and pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions in dementia.
Profile: Professor Arthur is a Professor in Nursing Science based in Health Sciences. His research focuses on the health needs of those in late life and at the end of life and in the design and conduct of interventions to improve their care.
Profile: Professor Loke is a Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology based at the Norwich Medical School. His research focuses on evidence based medicine and systematic review methodology for adverse effects of medications.
Profile: Professor Matthews is Professor of Epidemiology at Newcastle University and Programme Leader at the MRC Biostatistics Unit where she is Principal Statistician for the MRC CFAS study. Her research focuses on methodological issues in cohort studies.
Profile: Professor Robinson is director of the Newcastle University Institute for Ageing and Professor of Primary Care and Ageing. Her research focuses on Primary Care and Ageing and the well being of older people, especially those with dementia.
Profile: Prof Kenny is the head of the Department of Medical Gerontology at Trinity College Dublin and the Principal Investigator and founder of The Irish LongituDinal study on Ageing (TILDA). Her work focuses on geriatrics and cardiovascular and cognitive health.