Supporting the Dementias Research Platform UK

Posted on 28 October 2014

Cambridge Cognition strongly supports the launch of the MRC Dementias Research Platform UK (DPUK), a multi-million pound public-private partnership, developed and led by the Medical Research Council, to accelerate progress in dementias research. The DPUK’s aims are early detection, improved treatment and ultimately, prevention, of dementias.

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The Mental Health Foundation’s 2014 “spotlight” theme is ‘Living with Schizophrenia’

Posted on 13 October 2014

Every year, the Mental Health Foundation shines the spotlight on a particular aspect of mental ill health, and the theme for 2014 is ‘Living with Schizophrenia’

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The New Researcher Award from The Society of Biology goes to… Kate McAllister - Former University of Cambridge neuroscience PhD student and Scientist at Cambridge Cognition

Posted on 3 October 2014

Former University of Cambridge neuroscience PhD student, and Scientist at Cambridge Cognition, Kate McAllister has won The New Researcher Award from The Society of Biology. The competition was open to bioscience researchers from UK universities and institutes.

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CANTAB measure of executive function included in first cognitive battery for Huntington’s disease

Posted on 2 October 2014

A CANTAB task has been selected as a key component of a new battery for Huntington’s disease (HD) after showing robust psychometric properties and sensitivity to cognitive decline, which is a promising step towards developing pharmaceutical therapies for the disease.

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