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Alzheimers Research UK and the University of Southampton Defeating Dementia

Published: 24 May 2011

Alzheimers Research UK and the University of Southampton Defeating Dementia

Do you want to know more about Dementia?

Interactive displays and short tlaks about Alzheimer's disease, dementia, current treatments and latest research.

Free admission for all members of the public.

Date: Thursday 9th June 2011

Venue: Intech Science Centre and Planetarium,

Telegraph Way, Morn Hill, Winchester, SO21 1HX

Time: 4.00pm - 7.00pm

4.00-5.30pm - Activities for all ages presented by scientists and clinicians from Southampton

University and representatives from Alzheimer's Research UK and Alzheimer's Society

5.30-7.00pm - Short talks in the Planetarium


Funding world class dementia research. Dr Simon Ridley - Head of Research Alzheimer's Research UK

What is a memory clinic and what happens? Prof Clive Holmes - Professor of Biological Psychiatry - University of Southampton

What goes wrong with the brain in Alzheimer's Prof James Nicoll - Professor of Neuropathology disease and can we stop it? University of Southampton

The role of animal models in understanding Dr Amrit Mudher - Lecturer Alzheimer's disease. University of Southampton

No booking needed. Free parking, refreshments are provided.

Directions: From M3, follow A31 Alton/A272 Petersfield. At the 3rd roundabout, turn left onto B3404 Winchester. Intech entrance is on the left.

Contact: Cheryl Hawkes, tel: 02380 795240 or email

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