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Dr Moyra Mortby
"Early Career Spotlight: Dr Moyra Mortby", AJDC Oct/Nov 201611-10-2016
Dr Alex Bahar-Fuchs
Bahar-Fuchs, A. et al 2016 "Cognitive rehabilitation for people with dementia: what is it and does it work?", Australian Journal of Dementia Care, Oct/Nov 2016 pp37-4011-10-2016
Ms Sarang Kim
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Kim, S. & Anstey, K. (2016) "First online test to measure Alzheimer's risk" Australian Journal of Dementia Care Vol 5, No 4, Aug/Sep 201601-08-2016
S.L. Webb,Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof George Rebok
Prof Linda Clare
Dr Alex Bahar-Fuchs
Webb, S.L. et al (2016) Home-based computerised cognitive training for non-demented older adults at risk of dementia: a double-blinded randomised controlled trial. Alzheimer's & Dementia: The24-07-2016
Dr Maree Farrow
Australians keen to take preventative action against dementia. In Touch, Alzheimer's Australia NSW Summer 201518-12-2015
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
White Matter Lesions Linked to Rising Plasma Glucose. Medscape Article. Congress of Neurology (WCN). Abstract 434. Presented November, 2, 2015.24-11-2015
Luders E, Kurth F.Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Luder et al (2015) "Forever Young(er): Potential Age-defying Effects of Long-term Meditation on Gray Matter Atrophy". Frontiers in Psychology, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.0155121-01-2015
Jacka F, Butterworth P.Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Does reverse causality explain the relationship between diet and depression? Journal of affective disorders (accepted 8.01.15)08-01-2015
Burns,RDr Moyra Mortby
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Relating education, the brain structure and cognition: the role of cardiovascular disease risk factors. BioMed Research International: vol. 2014, Article ID 271487, 13 pages, 201412-08-2014
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Dr Moyra Mortby
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Blood pressure, brain structure, and cognition: opposite associations in men and women. American Journal of Hypertension. American Journal of Hypertension.16-05-2014
Dr Moyra Mortby
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Using sulcal and gyral measures of brain structure to investigate benefits of an active lifestyle. Neuroimage, 91, 353-35901-05-2014
Dr Moyra Mortby
Depressive symptoms in later life: differential impact of social support and motivational processes on depression in individuals with and without cognitive impairment. European Journal of Ageing18-02-2014
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Alex Bahar-Fuchs
Dr Pushpani Menaka Herath
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof George Rebok
Anstey et al (2013). A 12-week multidomain intervention versus active control to reduce risk of Alzheimer’s disease: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial30-11-2013
Dr Moyra Mortby
Caregiver rating bias in mild cognitive impairment and mild Alzheimer’s disease: Impact of caregiver burden and depression on dyadic rating discrepancy across domains. International Psychogeriatrics,30-11-2013
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Kerry Sargent-Cox
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Anstey et al (2013) "Self-Reported History of Chemotherapy and Cognitive Decline in Adults Aged 60 and Older: The PATH Through Life Project" The Journals of Gerontology November 201305-11-2013
Dr Maree Farrow
A/Prof Kathryn Ellis
Farrow & Ellis (2013). Physical activity: for brain health and fighting dementia (AA paper #36)30-09-2013
Dr Moyra Mortby
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Mortby et al (2013) High ‘‘Normal’’ Blood Glucose Is Associated with Decreased Brain Volume and Cognitive04-09-2013
Dr Moyra Mortby
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
High “normal” blood glucose is associated with decreased brain volume and cognitive performance in the 60s: the PATH Through Life Study.04-09-2013
DCRC-EDP
Ms Michelle Irving
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Melinda Martin-Khan
Dr Ranmalee Eramudugolla
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
DCRC-EDP (2013). Knowledge Translation in Dementia Research: White Paper.01-09-2013
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Dr Pushpani Menaka Herath
Anstey et al (2013). Development of a New Method for Assessing Global Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease for Use in Population Health Approaches to Prevention01-08-2013
Dr Moyra Mortby
Apathy in Dementia: the Importance of Increasing Awareness. Australasian Epidemiologist, 20, 1, 23-2530-05-2013
Dr Maree Farrow
Farrow (2013). User Perceptions of a Dementia Risk Reduction Website and Its Promotion of Behavior Change18-04-2013
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Dr Pushpani Menaka Herath
Anstey et al (2013). Development of a new method for assessing global risk of alzheimer’s disease for use in population health approaches to prevention.16-01-2013
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Aggarwal et al (2012). Trends in Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia in the Asian-Pacific Region30-11-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Burns et al (2012). Deriving prevalence estimates of depressive symptoms throughout middle and old age in those living in the community.17-11-2012
Cooper & Deeks (2012). Dementia, medication and care transitions – the current Australian experience01-10-2012
Prof Ralph Martins
Ms Samantha Gardener
Prof David Ames
Gardener et al (2012). Adherence to a Mediterranean diet and Alzheimer’s disease risk in an Australian population30-09-2012
Dr Maree Farrow
Dr Elodie O'Connor
Targeting brain, body and heart for cognitive health and dementia prevention. (AA Paper #29)30-09-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Burns et al (2013). Stability and change in level of probable depression and depressive symptoms in a sample of middle and older-aged adults.28-02-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Bielak et al (2012). Activity engagement is related to level, but not change in cognitive ability across adulthood.01-01-2012

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