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
Dementia Open Forum
The next Dementia Open Forum is taking place in April 2020.
Covid-19 update: This event is going ahead but we are monitoring the situation and, if necessary, will postpone to a later date. In the event of postponement, we will advise by email. Please check this webpage for further updates.
Speaker: Vaisakh Puthusseryppady
‘Why do patients with Alzheimer’s disease get lost and can we predict who is at high risk?’
Tuesday 28th April 2020 from 1 pm to 2 pm (please note earlier start time)
Venue: Room 3.02, Harvard Lecture Theatre, Julian Study Centre, Chancellors Drive, UEA NR4 7TJ
The bi-monthly series of free dementia open fora at UEA create an exchange of knowledge between researchers, clinicians, the general public, people with dementia and their carers. Anyone with an interest in dementia research is welcome.
Researchers from UEA will present their cutting-edge research studies and findings – with a different UEA dementia researcher leading each event. There will also be an opportunity for people to find out how to take part in any upcoming studies at UEA. At the end of each meeting there will be a short 15 minute Q&A and there will be tea and coffee on arrival.
In addition, there is a promotional film about the events and we have included the film below for your interest.
For further information about the event and to book a place, please contact:
Tel: 01603 591156