This is a unique opportunity for a future clinical academic neuroradiologist to gain research training experience while working on the neuroimaging data in the European Prevention of Alzheimer’s Dementia, EPAD research programme. https://alzheimer.noemi.lu
You will be based in a world-leading Academic Neuroradiology Department (under Professor Joanna Wardlaw), partnering with the Centre for Dementia Prevention (CDP) at the University of Edinburgh, and collaborate closely with your counterpart academic neuroradiology trainee in the Radiology Department of Professor Frederick Barkhof, University Medical Centre Amsterdam. The EPAD Programme is led academically by Professor Craig Ritchie (Director of the CDP). The University of Edinburgh is the managing entity of this pan-European, €64M IMI-funded research programme. Neuroscience at the University of Edinburgh was rated 3rd in the UK in the 2015 REF, and the successful candidate will join a growing team of senior academics and researchers dedicated to the prevention of dementia. The newly formed CDP brings together basic, clinical and social science under a single organizational structure to lead research into dementia prevention at a global level.
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