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DDRC research

DDRC research programmes cover a wide spectrum of clinical and translational research, including studies on epidemiology, biofluid markers, brain imaging, neurogenetics, genotypephenotype correlations, patient-specific stem cells, disease course, neuropsychology, drug trials, non-pharmacological interventions and health service research. Our research is funded by external grants and donations from public and private foundations. 
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The health service and intervention research programmes with direct relevance to improving the quality of dementia care in Denmark as an integral part of the National Info & Education Centre for Dementia are funded in part by the Danish Ministry of Health.

The DDRC research team covers many different academic disciplines and comprises professors and clinical trial directors (with shared clinical and research positions), postdocs, senior researchers, PhD students, associated researchers and student research fellows (see Who is who). In addition, consultant neurologists and neuropsychologists on the clinical team contribute significantly to our research.

Three research nurses (study coordinators) and three research administrators are responsible for the coordination and financial aspects of our many research programmes.

In 2018 DDRC published 42 papers in peer-reviewed journals and three book chapters (see Publications). One PhD thesis was completed.

Please, also see: Financing and acknowledgements

Research: 

 

Updated at 03 May 2019