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NIHR Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre and ARUK Oxford Local Network are jointly hosting the annual Oxford Dementia Research Day.

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A day of talks will celebrate the latest research taking place regionally and nationally with updates on some of the exciting dementia research hubs such as our NIHR Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre, the ARUK Oxford Drug Discovery InstituteDementias Platform UK, and the Oxford Momentum Award.

Free registration is now open for this key event in the dementia research calendar, which will take place on 12 July 2017 at St Anne’s College, Oxford.

Clare Mackay,  Older adults and dementia theme lead for the Oxford Health BRC, and professor at the Department of Psychiatry, will co-launch the day, and speakers include Zam CaderCaleb WebberJohn GallacherClaire SextonFrancesca NichollsRupert McShane, and Head of the Department of Psychiatry and Director of NIHR Oxford Health BRC, John Geddes.

The day’s keynote lecture is from Frank Gunn-Moore, Professor of Molecular Neurobiology at the University of St Andrews.

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There will be a poster session during the tea and lunch breaks and abstracts are welcomed on dementia related research.

The day will include plenty of time for networking and discussion, including an evening drinks reception.

The programme for the day is being finalised and will be released soon.

If you have any questions about this event please contact


Please follow the link below to read the news on the NIHR BRC website.