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DPUK is delighted to have a big presence at the Alzheimer’s Research UK conference in London this year. See DPUK scientists present a broad range of new developments and findings in the poster exhibition and come and visit us at our stand. If you can't be there, stay tuned on Twitter – we'll be sharing our updates and insights throughout the programme.

ARUK conference

Many DPUK scientists will present their work at the ARUK conference this year. The range of our work to be represented reflects the broad-based nature of the DPUK project itself, with scientists and managers from data analysis, epidemiology, psychology and project management backgrounds all presenting posters in the conference exhibition.

Meet us at our stand

Conference attendees will also have the chance to meet scientists and project team members at the DPUK stand – we'll be there throughout the two days. Delegates are warmly invited to stop by and have a chat to learn more about what free resources DPUK offers to researchers, find out about the collaborative funding we offer and get the latest on our technology development plans. Then test how much you know in our quiz, with a chance to win a prize! There will be opportunities for delegates to sign up to upcoming DPUK events too.

Poster exhibition

The poster exhibition takes place over two days; make sure to take the opportunity to visit our posters if you will be there.

Tuesday 20 March

Dementias Platform UK Clinical Studies Register: design located at P4.18 – Ivan Koychev, John Gallacher, Anna Myers.

Detecting real change in fluid intelligence located at P4.21 – Isaac Thimbleby.

The MRC Dementias Platform UK Data Portal: Bring researches to data located at P4.23 – Sarah Bauermeister, John Gallacher.

DPUK Data Portal – world leading infrastructure facilitating and supporting innovative dementias research located at P4.28 – Chris Orton.

Wednesday 21 March

Brains and how to get them located at P7.8 – Nemanja Vaci.

Predicting incident dementia from cognitive test performance in UK Biobank located at P5.93 – Catherine Calvin.







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