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Neuroprogressive and Dementia Disease

The Neuroprogressive and Dementia Network is funded by the Chief Scientist Office to promote a culture of clinical research in dementia across Scotland and improve recruitment to high-quality studies from both urban and rural areas.

The Network has grown from four centres in Grampian, Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Lothian and Tayside to now cover the whole of mainland Scotland. In addition to improving the quality and quantity of dementia research in Scotland, the network aims to:

  • Build on world class studies
  • Promote innovative practice
  • Increase research activity within the NHS and promote high quality, multidisciplinary and multi-centre trials
  • Increase the number of people with Neuroprogressive diseases or dementia and their carers in clinical studies
  • Deliver research in urban and rural areas
  • Support clinical research and researchers
  • Improve links within UK and Europe

Our research strategy is overseen by our Advisory Board which includes external academic advisers, a carer, and a representative from Alzheimer Scotland. In general, we encourage research that aligns with the agenda set by SIGN 86 and the Scottish Dementia Strategy.

Please contact us by email on Tay-UHB.SDCRNteam@nhs.net

You can also have the latest news on dementia & neurodegenerative research in Scotland by following us on Twitter @NRS_NDN.

You can also find us on Facebook.

The Neuroprogressive & Dementia Network has offices around Scotland with the main headquarters in Perth.

The Hub Office
Murray Royal Hospital
Muirhall Road
Perth, PH2 7BH
Tel: 01738 562322

We have regional offices at:

Old Age Psychiatry Directorate, Royal Cornhill Hospital, Aberdeen, AB25 2ZH

Lower Ground Floor, Out Patient Department, Western General Hospital, Crewe Road South, Edinburgh, EH4 2XU

Room 16, 4th Floor, Walton Annexe, 84 Castle Street, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, G4 0SF

Kingsway Care Centre, Kings Cross Road, Dundee, DD2 3PT

Centre for Health Science, Old Perth Road, Inverness, IV2 3JH

West Port Resource Centre, Hawick Community Hospital, Hawick, TD9 7AH