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The art of dementia

Lloyd VaughanKirsty MaraisKaty McIntosh

Regular readers of our blog will know that we moved offices last year. While our new headquarters on Granta Park has given us the space we needed to continue in our role as the UK’s leading dementia research charity, we wanted to add a splash of colour to our new home in the form of […]

From heart-break to heart-warming

Marissa StewartJoanne Fearne-GreenCarolyne Coupel

We are proud to be Research Charity Partner of this year’s Alzheimer’s Show. Ahead of the event, which takes place at London’s Olympia on Friday 16 May and Saturday 17, Carolyn Causton shares her experience of attending last year’s inaugural Show. An Alzheimer’s “Show”?  Max Pemberton of the Daily Telegraph said ‘An Alzheimer’s show does […]

Past, present and future

Lloyd VaughanKirsty MaraisKaty McIntosh

We briefly downed tools last week to gather with our Trustees and Patrons of past and present at a special event at Alzheimer’s Research UK’s new offices on Granta Science Park, near Cambridge. We were honoured to welcome important figures from the charity’s past to mark our 21st anniversary, as well as to celebrate being […]

What will they think of next?

Zoe HodgsonHayley SmithJo FairesHelen MorganAlex LacyTom WrightIain AndrewsKim Sackel

Working as part of Operations Team here at Alzheimer’s Research UK, I’m mindful of the impact technology has on our work both here at Head Office but also out in the labs.  But for me, technology is also important closer to home. ‘Gadget-man’ My father is what you would call a ‘gadget-man’, always keen to […]