23 October 2024

A new era for dementia research: challenges and opportunities in developing new treatments

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Online webinar 16.00 – 17.00

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Synopsis
Dementia research, and particularly Alzheimer’s Disease, has made significant progress in recent years. But this progress comes with challenges as well as opportunities. Susan will draw on her experience over the years as a research funder and will talk about how the research community can now build on this progress to move us closer towards new treatments, advances in diagnosis and better risk reduction strategies for the diseases that cause dementia.
Speaker

Susan Kohlhaas

Executive Director of Research and Partnerships at Alzheimer’s Research UK

Susan is Executive Director of Research and Partnerships at Alzheimer’s Research UK, the UK’s leading dementia research charity. Here, she oversees the charity’s research programme, research strategy and leads on scientific partnerships. Susan has over 15 years of experience working at medical research charities, having previously held senior roles at the National Cancer Research Institute and the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Before working in the charity sector, Susan completed a PhD in cancer cell biology at the University of Leicester and postdoctoral experience in immunology at the Babraham Institute in Cambridge.


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