We have an exciting team of researchers working on a range of projects that aim to prevent and/or delay dementia. Read More
FreeDem Films aim to address your fears about memory loss and dementia and provide practical advice about brain health. Read More
The NEIL Program: research and interventions to enhance cognitive function and delay dementia. Read More
Hello Brain provides easy-to-understand information about brain health. Read More
We need your help! We are currently recruiting research volunteers aged 50+ for a number of projects. Read More
NEIL Vision: To develop, evaluate and deliver NeuroEnhancement to older people worldwide.
Problem: Failing cognitive function prevents millions of older adults globally from living independently.
Goal: Enable independent living and improve quality of life by:
- Conducting research aimed at dementia prevention and cognitive enhancement;
- Transforming this knowledge into empirically grounded interventions;
- Using this knowledge to educate and empower older adults to maintain their cognitive function for as long as possible.
Volunteers required for Vitamin D study
Researchers from the D-Activating Decline project in St James' Hospital are looking for volunteers aged 60+ to take part in a study investigating vitamin D levels and health. Read more...
Volunteers required to complete short online survey
We are interested in hearing your opinions about a series of short films developed by the NEIL Programme. If you would like to take part, please click this link to visit the study webpage, and complete one of the 10 surveys shown.