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Lecture Hall

Research Fellow

Research Fellow

Dementia Research Centre (Singapore)

  • Research at the Dementia Research Centre (Singapore, DRCS) could potentially lead to the detection of blood-based biomarkers and neuroimaging tests for the early diagnosis of dementia, paving the way for potential new prevention therapies and treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and other related diseases of the brain.

  • The Biomarkers and Cognition Study, Singapore is a visionary prospective cohort study, established and led by the DRCS at Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. DRCS plans to identify biomarkers that contribute to the development of cognitive impairment. The ultimate goal of DRCS is to identify novel biomarkers to detect diseases that cause dementia at the earliest possible stage and to develop strategies which could potentially prevent and delay the development of dementia.

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