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NeuroSKILL's First Neuroimaging Study Day

Filed: 29th May 2013 - First NeuroSKILL Education and Training Course

NeuroSKILL recently held its first neuroimaging study day on May 11th 2013 at University College Dublin (UCD). This study day was targeted at doctors, radiographers, researchers (PhD students, Post-Doctoral Fellows), other healthcare professionals and students interested in the area of neuroimaging in dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

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Neuroimaging in Dementia Workshop, Bangor University

Filed: 6th July 2013 - NeuroSKILL's Workshop in Bangor University

The aim of the workshop was to increase knowledge and expertise about neuroimaging in dementia. The workshop was designed for health care professionals, postgraduates/ postdoctoral students, researchers, and people who work with individuals with dementia to learn, inform and discuss neuroimaging in dementia.

Taking a closer look at Alzheimer's

NeuroSKILL's Study Day at Neuroscience Ireland 2013

Filed: 11th Sept 2013 - NeuroSKILL @ Neuroscience Ireland 2013

NeuroSKILL held a study day, Neuroimaging: Applications to Normal Ageing and Alzheimer’s Disease, on September 11th, 2013 at University College Cork with a wide range of speakers, both clinicians and academics from Ireland and Wales, presenting the latest clinical and research developments on Alzheimer’s disease.

Linda Clare PhD. Professor of Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology. Bangor University

Reviewed: Dementia Care and Support Lecture

Filed: 26th Feb 2014 - Dementia Care & Support: A Lecture

Guest lecturer Professor Linda Clare from Bangor University (UK) gave an excellent talk on Awareness, self-concept and the experience of dementia: foundations of a psychologically-minded approach to care and support.

NeuroSKILL @ Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), held in Hamburg, Germany in June 2014

NeuroSKILL @ Organization for Human Brain Mapping

Filed 1st July 2014 - NeuroSKILL at OHMB 2014, Hamburg

The NeuroSKILL project was represented at a recent neuroimaging conference, the 20th annual meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), held in Hamburg, Germany in June 2014.

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Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2014

The world’s largest conference on Alzheimer’s disease, the Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC), took place in July in Copenhagen this year - and NeuroSKILL's researchers were there.
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Bangor 2014: Neuroimaging in Dementia

Filed: 11h Aug 2014 - Bangor 2014: Neuroimaging In Dementia

Bangor University hosted its second NeuroSKILL workshop, entitled “Neuroimaging in Dementia”. The workshop aimed to enhance awareness, education and training in dementia through neuroimaging.

Dr Mullins presenting the NeuroSKILL project to past and future research participants.

Participant Appreciation Day at Bangor

NeuroSKILL Hosts Research Participant Appreciation Day at Bangor University On August 29, the NeuroSKILL project team in Bangor hosted an appreciation day for the members of the public who had participated in psychology research at Bangor University. After a warm welcome to the Brigantia building, Professor Robert Rafel, School of Psychology, and Dr Paul Mullins [...]
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NeuroSKILL's participation in UCD's School of Medicine and Medical Science SSRA programme

Each year, the UCD School of Medicine and Medical Science invites undergraduate students to undertake an eight-week supervised research project during the summer semester.