Dr Richard Perry, Consultant Neurologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, will compare and explain the different types of dementia.
15.10-15.40 | 'In Conversation With' Professor Nick Fox
15.40-16.10 | Can we really slow down the progression of Alzheimer's disease? Dr Naji Tabet
16.25-16.55 | Types of dementia - Dr Richard Perry
16.55-17.15 | ROCHE | The utility of ALZ biomarkers in clinical routine - Dr Femke Bouwmann
17.15-18.15 | What will be the impact of Covid-19 on the future of dementia care?
18.15-18.45 | Summary of the latest research in imaging - Professor Clare MacKay
Dr Richard Perry
Consultant Neurologist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London
Dr Perry is a consultant neurologist and honorary senior lecturer at Imperial College NHS Trust. Dr Perry gained his specialist clinical and research experience in cognition and memory disorders at the University of Cambridge Neurology Unit and the University of California, San Francisco. He runs memory clinics at Charing Cross Hospital and his area of special interest is in the early diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. Dr Perry conducts trials for new disease-modifying drugs in Alzheimer’s disease. His clinical neurological work also includes assessment and care of patients with traumatic brain injury. He has both a specialist and general clinical neurology practice.
In addition to his research activities, Naji is the Course Leader of the MSc Dementia Studies at the medical school. His academic base is at the Centre for Dementia Studies, Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Clinically, he holds an Honorary Consultant post at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust where he delivers a diagnostic and treatment Memory Assessment Service to Trust patients with memory complaints.