profile image

James Pickett

Head of Research at Alzheimer's Society

Dr James Pickett has been working in the area of dementia research for 6 years, and is the current Head of Research. We has a knowledge of the dementia research landscape, both in the UK and overseas in particular covering biomedical research, trials and treatment and prevention approaches. James has a positive outlook for progress in dementia research and that new treatments may be found in the next 5 years. James has a PhD for University of Cambridge and has also worked in the area of diabetes. James lives with his with and son in Hertfordshire and enjoys running.

Why People With Dementia Deserve More From Science

Last week a research story about lithium and dementia from Denmark caught the attention of the UK press and I have since been asked by a number of families about potential trials after I commented in the press.
04/09/2017 14:34 BST