Life Cycle 5: Gearing up to beat dementia

February 25th, 2015

Get involved and read about this year’s plans to raise £350,000 to fund our world-leading research into earlier diagnosis and improved treatment of dementia.

Life Cycle 5 aims to raise £350,000 to apply the University’s world-leading expertise in MRI scanning to the study of dementia and other degenerative conditions of the brain.

Having completed four successful Life Cycles – raising in excess of £1m for research into palliative and end of life care, increasing opportunities for students irrespective of financial means, stroke rehabilitation research, and children’s brain tumour research – The University of Nottingham’s Vice-Chancellor and his team will be back in the saddle once again in 2015.

Read more about the challenge and the cause, and find out how you can get involved on the Life Cycle website.

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