Registration is now OPEN for the ‘Nutritional Resilience for Healthy Ageing’ meeting at Queen’s University Belfast 6-7th June 2023, hosted by the PROMED-COG consortium and UKRI Blast network.
In this section you can find information about upcoming events, publications, funding opportunities, academic programmes and other resources that you may find useful.
DRNI are thrilled to continue our Hot Topics in Dementia Research webinar series with Economics of Dementia and Brain Health.
Taking place Thursday, 25 May at 12.00, this webinar will focus on health economics and dementia, with Dominic Trépel delving into the economics of dementia and brain health. He will be followed by PhD students Daniel Araya and Men Hoang who will discuss specific aspects of health economics in relation to dementia.
The 31st Annual Conference of Alzheimer Europe #31AEC, will be held as a virtual conference, under the banner “Resilience in dementia: Moving beyond the COVID-19 pandemic” (29 November - 1 December 2021).
Alzheimer Europe is calling for abstracts for oral, quick oral and poster presentations on the following subjects (deadline 30th June):
Resilience and the COVID-19 pandemic:
See link below to a Lewy Body MasterClass to be held in Nov in Sheffield in association with Neurology Academy (www.neurologyacademy.org) to raise awareness and skills in the diagnosis and management of DLB.
Oxford Longevity Project are hosting a webinar on Fri 22nd Oct (4-5.30pm) titled Autophagy, Ageing and Alzheimer’s.
Lewy Body Ireland are hosting a very special 'Tea-Time with Lewy' on Thursday 21 October at 10am Irish Time. This is an Australian special where they will be joined by folks from the newly formed Lewy Body Dementia Australia group.
Dementia Research Network Ireland & The National Dementia Office will be hosting a a joint Policy & Practice forum as part of Engaging Dementia's 13th Annual International Conference.
The title of the forum is Gender and Dementia Care; Aspects in Family Caring and it will take place on 6th October 3.30-5pm. See programme attached.
Dementia Research Network Ireland are hosting free monthly webinars on hot topics in dementia research. These webinars will provide an opportunity to hear from those working in basic science, clinical and social research as well as from people living with dementia and their families. Each one-hour webinar will include a Q&A with the audience.
Target Audience: Researchers, clinicians, health & social care practitioners, the public including people living with dementia/ neurodegeneration and their families.
See attached details of an International Conference on Participatory Research In Dementia taking place virtually on 9th Sep 2021 (10am-3pm).
The Alzheimer’s Association International Conference® (AAIC) will take place online 26th – 30th July 2021. Join the world’s leading basic scientists, clinical researchers, early career investigators, clinicians and the care research community who will share breaking research discoveries that will lead to methods of prevention and treatment and improvements in diagnosis for Alzheimer’s disease.
General abstract submission has closed. Abstract submissions for Developing Topics will open late April / early May and close in early June.