School of Environment and Life Sciences (ELS) secure £82,000 worth of funding
Two researchers from the School of Environment and Life Sciences (ELS) have recently secured £82,000 worth of funding from Alzheimer’s Research UK.
The study will explore the underlying molecular mechanisms of the second most common form of early-onset dementia, after Alzheimer’s disease, Frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD)
This research has an important significance in society and will also allow Dr Gemma Lace-Costigan to expand her research on a number of Alzheimer’s disease projects.
For more information about this PhD position see here.