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Using a series of studies as examples, Professor Martin Rossor explains how new research approaches could hold the key to treating and even eventually curing dementia.

This lecture was filmed at the 'global ageing: challenges and opportunities' event, which took place at the Royal Society of Medicine in London on the 24th of April.

Length: 00:15:50

00:00:01 - Introduction
00:02:49 - Research
00:05:42 - Big Data's Role
00:11:49 - Cognitive Footprint
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32:58

Richard Dowden, Director of the Royal African Society.

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29:05

Mr Steve Mannion, Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon.

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35:58

Professor Ezekiel Emanuel, Chair, Clinical Center Department of Bioethics, National Institutes of Health, USA.

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25:30

Professor Adrian Hill, Chairman of the Centre for Clinical Vaccinology and Tropical Medicine at Oxford University. 

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40:32

Sir Nicholas Young, CEO, British Red Cross

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42:26

Professor Finn Diderichsen, Professor at the Department of Social Medicine, Copenhagen.

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22:53

Dr David Heymann, Global Health Security, Chatham House

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Sir John Holmes, Former UN Emergency Relief Co-ordinator.

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23:51

Dr Zeke Emanuel, Dept of Bioethics, Clinical Center at the National Institutes of Health, Washington.

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