CHeBA’s Social Health And Reserve in the Dementia Project (SHARED) is an international collaborative effort to identify the impact of social wellbeing on cognitive health.
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Maria Villalva, Research Assistant with CHeBA’s Brain Ageing Research Laboratory, is currently involved in developing novel theranostics for Alzheimer’s disease to facilita
Jessica Turner’s grandmother inspired her pursuit of research which initially explored fall prevention for older adults.
Normal ageing process can be defined as a subtle decline of mental and physical abilities.
CHeBA’s CogSCAN study aims to evaluate the efficacy of using computerised testing to determine cognitive health.
Recent research indicates that alcohol use and alcohol-related harms are increasing among older adults.
Diet is a key modifiable lifestyle factor to achieve healthier cognitive ageing.
With the world’s ageing population increasingly affected by dementia, CHeBA’s Sydney Memory and Ageing Study offers a rich dataset to explore the
Research Assistant Lauren King hopes that through CHeBA’s COGNISANCE Project we will achieve global impact on the quality of dementia care and av