Dr Li Su, Research Fellow at Clare Hall, is running a public event as leader of Alzheimer’s Research UK East Network Centre this spring.
Dr Su shares:
“We have invited Dr Ben Underwood from Cambridge Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust to discuss the current support for dementia patients; Professor Kieran Clarke from the University of Oxford will introduce what ketone ester drink is and how this could help patients with neurodegenerative diseases; and researcher Maura Malpetti from the University of Cambridge will illustrate how brain imaging technology could help with diagnosing and prognosing dementia.”
The virtual public event is part of the Cambridge Festival 2021, and is taking place on Tuesday 30th March from 11am-1pm. Registration for the event is free and open now - please visit the following website for registration: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/132224971449
Dr Su is a Principal Investigator leading the Computational Psychiatry theme in the Old Age Psychiatry Group in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge, and an affiliated member of the EPSRC Centre for Mathematical Imaging in Healthcare.
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