Research to discover or improve methods to allow neurodegenerative diseases to be detected earlier and more accurately.
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Craig is the Professor of Psychiatry of Ageing at the University of Edinburgh, Director of Edinburgh Dementia Prevention and Director of Brain Health Scotland.
Craig is internationally renowned for his work on the design and prosecution of clinical trials. He has been Principal Investigator for almost 30 commercial trials in Alzheimer’s disease, National Chief Investigator for 15 in the UK and Global Coordinating Investigator on 6.
Craig’s research focuses on early detection of disease and the promotion of brain health throughout the life-course to mitigate risks for development and progression of brain diseases that lead to dementia.
Craig is Chair of the Scottish Dementia Research Consortium (SDRC) and Chief Investigator of the European Prevention of Alzheimer’s Dementia (EPAD) Consortium and the PREVENT Dementia Programme.
Prof Craig Ritchie
The foundation for the development of
effective treatments for neurodegenerative diseases
LIVING WITH DEMENTIA
Research to improve understanding of the experience of living with dementia and all aspects of dementia care and caring
Research focussed on the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases and their progression to develop symptoms as observed in dementia
Coordinated approach to integrate neurodegenerative diseases data from all real world clinical and research sources across Scotland