The Alzheimer's Research UK (ARUK) Thames Valley Network Centre brings together researchers in and around the Thames Valley region with expertise in dementia and cognition using a range of techniques including imaging, neuropathology, genetics and model systems. The Network Centre unites dementia researchers across the Universities of Oxford, Reading and Oxford Brookes.
We hold annual research days and public open days which normally take place in Oxford. We also offer network members a range of funding opportunities throughout the year.
The ARUK Thames Valley Network Centre Organising Committee
Each Network Centre has an organising committee, chaired by the Network Coordinator, who decide on Network activities and the use of grant funds.
Dr Becky Caryle is the Network Coordinator
KatieThomas is the Network Administrator. Email:email@example.com
The ARUK Thames Valley Network Centre Organising Committee consists of Angela Bithell, Becky Caryle, Jonny Collett, Mark Dallas, Helen Dawes, Patrick Esser, Ivan Koychev, Clare Mackay, Richard Wade-Martins & Laura Winchester.
See the full listing of Alzheimer’s Research UK Thames Valley Network Members including the Organising Committee, Early Career Researchers (ECRs) and all our network members.
If you are interested in becoming a network member, please complete the form here.
2021 ALZHEIMER’S RESEARCH UK THAMES VALLEY NETWORK PUBLIC ONLINE EVENT
We held an online public event titled, ‘The journey from Reading to Oxford: Building roads to save memories’ on Thursday 17th June 2021, as part of the Lab Notes series hosted by Alzheimer’s Research UK. Read more
Due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 ARUK Thames Valley Research Day was unfortunately cancelled. There are no planned events for 2021. Past events are listed on our dedicated researchers’ webpage.
Funding opportunities for Network members
We offer a range of funding opportunities for network members for small pilot projects, travel (including for online conference registration fees), networking activities and outreach projects. Find out more about the funding opportunities.
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