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REACH: The Centre for Research in Ageing and Cognitive Health

Postgraduate study

Doctoral Research in Ageing and Cognitive Health

We offer doctoral research training, subject to availability of funding, for students wishing to focus on aspects of living well with dementia and cognitive impairment, or supporting family care.

Current REACH PhD students

Aaron Choi

Topic: Non-pharmacological treatments for psychosis in people with dementia
Funding: Bateman Family Trust
Supervisors: Professor Clive Ballard, Professor Linda Clare and Dr Anthony Martyr

Robyn Lane 

Topic: Developing and improving quality of care in the medical imaging sector for people living with dementia 
Funding: University of Exeter
Supervisors: Professor Louise Allan and Dr Amy Hancock 

Nicholas Luscombe 

Topic: Personalised activities for care home residents with dementia
Funding: Alzheimer’s Society through the INTERACT Clinical Training Partnership
Supervisors: Professor Louise Allan and Dr Anne Corbett

Find out more

We are happy to discuss possibilities with potential PhD students. Contact us