Our Director Irene Oldfather and Project Engagement Lead Tommy Whitelaw are looking forward to attending the IN-MINDD Conference in Dublin, which is taking place today and tomorrow.
IN-MINDD is led by Dr. Kate Irving from Dublin City University brings together partners from the University of Glasgow, Maastricht University, Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis and Pintail ltd. to promote long term brain health and prevent or delay the onset of dementia.
They have been working to develop and validate online tools to help doctors assess if an individual’s lifestyle supports long term brain health; to generate personal strategies for adopting a brain healthy lifestyle and provide on-line supports to help people in midlife implement and adhere to positive change.
You can read more about the project team and their work on their website at www.inmindd.eu.
The team are delighted to be attending and eager to learn from the project, and would like to thank Kate O’Donnell for the kind invitation to attend. Together we will make a difference!