Dementia and Ageing Research
Jasmine is a Oxford Dementia and Ageing Research (OxDARE) Research Assistant based within the Translational Neuroscience and Dementia Research Group (Clincial Trials Team) and the Translational Neuroimaging Group.
The studies Jasmine is currently working include: Deep and Frequent Phenotyping (DFP), IMI-European Prevention of Alzheimer's Dementia (EPAD), the PREVention of dementia by ENvironmental intervention and Therapy (PREVENT) and Dementia Platform UK (DPUK).
Jasmine has a MSc in Clinical and Developmental Neuropsychology and a BSc in Psychology. Prior to working at Oxford, Jasmine was a Research Assistant for 2 years at Kings College London with a focus on cognitive impairment as a result of non-traumatic brain injury and neurodegenerative disorders.
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