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Oxford dementia and ageing research

Oxford Dementia and Ageing Research is a consortium of clinical and basic scientists who work on various aspects of translational dementia and ageing research

Oxford Dementia and Ageing Research (OXDARE) is a consortium of clinical and basic scientists, based in 2 NHS trusts and 6 university departments in Oxford, all of whom are working on various aspects of translational dementia and ageing research. OXDARE was formed by the NIHR’s Biomedical Research Centre to co-ordinate Oxford’s response to the Prime Ministers Challenge on Dementia. Clare Mackay and Klaus Ebmeier are members of the OXDARE working group.

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