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John Gallacher


Director, Dementias Platform UK; Professor of Cognitive Health

  • PhD AFBPsS CPsychol FFPH

I am the PI and Director of the MRC funded Dementia Platform UK (DPUK) and Professor of Cognitive Health at the University of Oxford. I am also PI for the Caerphilly Prospective Study and have developed the study’s focus on ageing and dementia. As member of the UK Biobank Steering Group, I lead on cognitive and psychological assessment. I am a visiting Professor to Imperial College London and Honorary Professor at the University of Hong Kong. I am Chair of the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC) Scientific Advisory Board.


Dementias Platform UK    

Dementias Platform UK is a public-private partnership funded by the Medical Research Council. DPUK’s partners – ten universities and six pharmaceutical companies – have joined forces with the aim of accelerating research towards effective treatment for dementia by improving access to data. By bringing together records from over 40 different cohort studies – including brain scans, genetics and clinical records – DPUK is creating the world’s richest source of people data for use in research and drug development for dementia. This free-to-access resource of cohort data is available for use by any bona fide researcher who is interested in investigating dementia, whether based within a university or industry context. DPUK facilitates safe and secure access to this data through its Data Portal, enabling research and analyses at a scale that has not previously been possible for studies into dementia. It wishes to promote scientific research using cohort study data, and has an active programme of experimental medicine.    

www.dementiasplatfom.uk

 

 

 

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