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Displaying 1 - 10 of 49 Projects
Project # Contact PI Funding Organization Fiscal Year
Informal Caregivers: mixed methods approach to study of burden experiences
GBHI ALZ UK-20-638907 Galvin, Miriam Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI)|Alzheimer's Association|Alzheimer's Society 2020
Promoting Brain Health: development of patient education resources
GBHI ALZ UK-20-640843 Ranchod, Kirti Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI)|Alzheimer's Association|Alzheimer's Society 2020
Strengthening research capacity and policy responses to dementia in Romania
GBHI ALZ UK-20-641017 Ilinca, Stefania Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI)|Alzheimer's Association|Alzheimer's Society 2020
My Life My Way – a CLEAR© model for Dementia Care
GBHI ALZ UK-20-641843 Casey, Siobhan Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI)|Alzheimer's Association|Alzheimer's Society 2020
Exploring the power of active clowning in aphasia intervention
GBHI ALZ UK-20-641975 Brandao, Lenisa Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI)|Alzheimer's Association|Alzheimer's Society 2020
INSIGHT - preAD Study extension
INSIGHT-19-659003 Dubois, Bruno Alzheimer's Association 2019
Validation of a rapid non-invasive diagnostic test to predict mild cognitive impairment and early Alzheimer’s disease
GDAPB-201801-2014627 Moussaoui, Saliha Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation 2019
Evaluation of the impact of diagnostic biomarkers in AD
T1901 Ghislaine LE PRINCE LETERME Fondation Vaincre Alzheimer (France) 2019
The Alzheimer Café model: a process evaluation study
GBHI ALZ UK-19-584825 FitzGerald, Christine Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI)|Alzheimer's Association|Alzheimer's Society 2019
Communicating dementia risk in low and middle income countries
GBHI ALZ UK-19-588148 Peeters, Geeske Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI)|Alzheimer's Association|Alzheimer's Society 2019