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Tamlyn is a research neuropsychologist that specialises in cognitive impairment and psychiatrc symptoms associated with Neurodegenerative conditions, such as Motor Neurone Disease, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease.  Her work spans epidemiology (with an interest in identifying biological, psychological, and social determinants for developing dementia); experimental  (developing and adapting novel cognitive assessment for early detection of cognitive signs or impairment, with a focuss on cross-cultural adaption) and interventional (assessing interventional effects of pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments in preventing, delaying or mitigating the effects of dementia). 

She is an NIHR-Alzheimer's Society Dementia Fellow, where under this stream she focusses on involving under-represented at-risk dementia populations, notbaly people with Learning Disabilitie and individuals from Global Majorities (ethnic minorities), in Brain Health and Dementia Research and Care. 

She is also interested in female brain health and is co-Principal Investigator on a project assessing the bio-psycho-social determinants of brain health outcomes in female military veterans. This work is funded by the Office for Veterans' Affairs. 


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