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Displaying 1 - 10 of 14 Projects
Project # Contact PI Funding Organization Fiscal Year
Comparing novel biomarkers in Alzheimer and Parkinson diseases
BAND-19-613876 Gordon, Brian Alzheimer's Association|Alzheimer's Research UK|Michael J. Fox Foundation|Weston Brain Institute 2019
Comparing novel biomarkers in Alzheimer and Parkinson diseases
BAND-19-613876 (18065) Gordon, Brian Alzheimer's Association|Alzheimer's Research UK|Michael J. Fox Foundation|Weston Brain Institute 2019
The NET-PDD study: defining the roles of NEuroinflammation and Tau aggregation in Parkinson's Disease Dementia
MR/R007446/1 Caroline H Williams-Gray United Kingdom - Medical Research Council 2018
CoEN Developing preclinical and clinical biomarkers of NRF2 pathway activation for therapeutic application in neurodegenerative diseases.
MR/S004920/1 Shaw, Pamela Jean United Kingdom - Medical Research Council 2018
Clinical, neuropsychological, neuroimaging, electrophysiological and biological makers for early diagnosis of neurodegenerative disorders with cognitive impairment
EUJPND-Bulgaria-NSF-traykov-339 traykov, Latchezar National Science FUND of Bulgaria 2016
Profiling dementias using complex sound: from symptoms to brain networks.
EUJPND-WellcomeTrust-Warren-2207 Warren, Jason The Wellcome Trust 2016
Early identification of Alzheimer's disease: dynamic biomarkers for enrichment of trials
MR/L011859/1 Kiddle, SJ United Kingdom - Medical Research Council 2014
Early macrostructural and microstructural cortical changes in Alzheimer's disease: longitudinal and cross-sectional studies of early change
MR/M003108/1 Weston, P United Kingdom - Medical Research Council 2014
Biomedical Catalyst – Digital Healthcare Platform for Early Dementia Diagnosis
MC_PC_13034 Rueckert, Daniel United Kingdom - Medical Research Council 2012
The GENetic Frontotemporal Dementia Initiative (GENFI): a new multi-centre platform for the study of frontotemporal lobar degeneration
MR/J009482/1 Rossor, Martin United Kingdom - Medical Research Council 2012