People affected by dementia ask UCL researchers about the condition. Dementia Reporters is headed up by Martin Rossor UCL Professor of Clinical Neurology & NIHR National Director for Dementia Research
Dr Jon Rohrer, Consultant Neurologist at the Institute of Neurology
What don't we know about dementia?
What will be the best way to identify those at risk of developing dementia before symptoms appear?
Do you have first-hand experience of looking after a family member with dementia?
How can you make it easier for the public to know about what research is happening?
When will I see the benefits of research?
Dr Susie Henley, Clinical and Research Psychologist at the Institute of Neurology
My social worker isn't interested in research - why should I be?
How do I know my data is safe?
Will I find out the results of a research study I participate in?
Will I find out my personal results when I participate in a research study?
What do we not know about dementia?
Are there psychological interventions to help people with dementia?
Prof Bart De Strooper, Director of UK Dementia Research Institute
Why do you think there have been no dementia treatments in the last 20 years?
What will the Dementia Research Institute be?
What is the most exciting thing you are going to take away from AAIC?