DCRC Directors

AuthorTitleDate
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Elizabeth Beattie
Prof Henry Brodaty
Prof Tony Broe
Prof Lindy Clemson
Prof Brian Draper
Prof Leon Flicker
S. Koch
Professor Susan Kurrle
Prof Rhonda Nay
Prof Dimity Pond
Ms Jane Thompson
Laver, K. et al. 2016, 'Evidence-based occupational therapy for people with dementia and their families: What clinical practice guidelines tell us and implications for practice' Australian O01-09-2016
Ms Sarang Kim
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Kim, S. & Anstey, K. 2016, 'First online test to measure Alzheimer's risk' Australian Journal of Dementia Care Vol 5, No 4, Aug/Sep 201601-08-2016
S.L. Webb,Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof George Rebok
Prof Linda Clare
Dr Alex Bahar-Fuchs
Webb, S.L. et al. 2016, 'Home-based computerised cognitive training for non-demented older adults at risk of dementia: a double-blinded randomised controlled trial'. Alzheimer's & D24-07-2016
Chong, K., Loi, S., Hosking, D.Prof Nicola Lautenschlager
A/Prof Kathryn Ellis
Dr Anita Goh
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Ms Sarang Kim
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Dr Moyra Mortby
Protecting brain health via Dementia risk reduction activities: Knowledge transfer for diverse communities - FINAL REPORT24-06-2016
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Elizabeth Beattie
Prof Henry Brodaty
Prof Tony Broe
Prof Lindy Clemson
Prof Brian Draper
Prof Leon Flicker
S. Koch
Prof Rhonda Nay
Prof Dimity Pond
Ms Jane Thompson
Clinical practice guidelines for dementia in Australia. The Medical Journal of Australia. 2016; 204 950: 191-3 March 201621-03-2016
Ms Sarang Kim
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Development and validation of short forms of the Australian National University Alzheimer's Disease risk Index (ANU-ADRI) FINAL REPORT November 201501-11-2015
Jacka F, Butterworth P.Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Does reverse causality explain the relationship between diet and depression? Journal of affective disorders (accepted 8.01.15)08-01-2015
Dr Moyra Mortby
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Education: an index of reserve? The role of cardiovascular risk factors and brain volumes. National Dementia Research Forum, Brisbane, Australia (21st-22nd September).21-09-2014
Ms Sarang Kim
Dr Kerry Sargent-Cox
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Kim S. et al (2014) Predictors of behaviour and lifestyle changes for dementia risk reduction. Australian Journal of Dementia Care, 2014; 3(5):30 (A22: Presentation at the DCRC Forum Sydney Sept 2014)19-09-2014
Dr Joanna Brooks
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Brooks J et al. The perceived versus assessed risk of Alzheimer’s disease in young, mid-age, and older adults: a method to explore and enhance awareness. Australian Journal of Dementia Care, 2014; 3(519-09-2014
Dr Moyra Mortby
Debjani Das
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Mortby M. et al (2014) COMT and BDNF gene interactions predict brain structure in ageing. Australian Journal of Dementia Care, 2014; 3(5):31 (A24: Presentation at the DCRC Forum Sydney Sept 2014)19-09-2014
Burns,RDr Moyra Mortby
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Relating education, the brain structure and cognition: the role of cardiovascular disease risk factors. BioMed Research International: vol. 2014, Article ID 271487, 13 pages, 201412-08-2014
Dr Moyra Mortby
Debjani Das
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
COMT and BDNF gene interactions predict brain structure in ageing. Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark (13th-17th July).13-07-2014
Dr Moyra Mortby
Debjani Das
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
COMT and BDNF gene interactions predict brain structure in ageing. Alzheimer’s Imaging Consortium, Copenhagen, Denmark (12th July).12-07-2014
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Dr Moyra Mortby
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Blood pressure, brain structure, and cognition: opposite associations in men and women. American Journal of Hypertension. American Journal of Hypertension.16-05-2014
Dr Moyra Mortby
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Using sulcal and gyral measures of brain structure to investigate benefits of an active lifestyle. Neuroimage, 91, 353-35901-05-2014
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Alex Bahar-Fuchs
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Dr Pushpani Menaka Herath
Link to the Body Brain and Life Project website (CRAHW ANU)01-02-2014
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Alex Bahar-Fuchs
Dr Pushpani Menaka Herath
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof George Rebok
Anstey et al (2013). A 12-week multidomain intervention versus active control to reduce risk of Alzheimer’s disease: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial30-11-2013
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Link to the Personality and Total Health (PATH) Through Life website30-11-2013
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Henry Brodaty
Dr Nicole Kochan
Dr Simone Reppermund
Sachdev et al (2013). COSMIC (Cohort Studies of Memory in an International Consortium): An international consortium to identify risk and protective factors and biomarkers of cognitive ageing and demen06-11-2013
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Kerry Sargent-Cox
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Anstey et al (2013) "Self-Reported History of Chemotherapy and Cognitive Decline in Adults Aged 60 and Older: The PATH Through Life Project" The Journals of Gerontology November 201305-11-2013
Prof Kaarin Anstey
A life-course approach to cognitive health and late-life dementia prevention: Evidence and conundrums (AEA, Brisbane Oct 2013)22-10-2013
Prof Kaarin Anstey
The Body, Brain, Life Program: Baseline characteristics of an online intervention to reduce Alzheimer’s disease risk. (Forum 2013)22-09-2013
Dr Moyra Mortby
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Mortby et al (2013) High ‘‘Normal’’ Blood Glucose Is Associated with Decreased Brain Volume and Cognitive04-09-2013
Dr Moyra Mortby
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
High “normal” blood glucose is associated with decreased brain volume and cognitive performance in the 60s: the PATH Through Life Study.04-09-2013
DCRC-EDP
Ms Michelle Irving
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Melinda Martin-Khan
Dr Ranmalee Eramudugolla
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
DCRC-EDP (2013). Knowledge Translation in Dementia Research: White Paper.01-09-2013
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Dr Pushpani Menaka Herath
Anstey et al (2013). Development of a New Method for Assessing Global Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease for Use in Population Health Approaches to Prevention01-08-2013
Dr Moyra Mortby
Dr Andrew Janke
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Education-related regional volumes: an index of brain reserve or the effect of cardiovascular risk factors? 19th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Seattle, USA (16th-20th Jun16-06-2013
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Dr Pushpani Menaka Herath
Anstey et al (2013). Development of a new method for assessing global risk of alzheimer’s disease for use in population health approaches to prevention.16-01-2013
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Mind your mind? Evidence for Policy? (COTA, 2012)31-12-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Characterizing mild cognitive disorders in the young-old over 8 years: Prevalence, estimated incidence, stability of diagnosis, and impact on IADLs07-12-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
How physical and mental health influence cognitive decline in late life: Implications for prevention (ICE, 2012)07-12-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Aggarwal et al (2012). Trends in Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia in the Asian-Pacific Region30-11-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Combining longitudinal studies showed prevalence of disease differed throughout older adulthood30-11-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Burns et al (2012). Deriving prevalence estimates of depressive symptoms throughout middle and old age in those living in the community.17-11-2012
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Higher ‘normal’ fasting plasma glucose is associated with hippocampal atrophy: the PATH Study10-10-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prevention of Dementia (AC4R, 2012)26-09-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
The association between obesity, cognitive decline and dementia in mid-life and late-life (Food Forum, Sydney Sept 2012)03-09-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
What are older adults seeking? Factors encouraging or discouraging Retirement Village living.09-08-2012
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Kaarin Anstey
The Mediterranean diet is not related to cognitive change in a large prospective investigation: the PATH Through Life study,31-07-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
"“Brain training, fish oils, social engagement or medications? What is the evidence for population-based approaches to dementia prevention?” (Sax Oration, Canberra,27-06-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Evaluation of NHMRC Data on the Funding of Dementia Research in Australia.31-03-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
APOE genotype and entorhinal cortex volume in non-demented community-dwelling adults in midlife and early old age.15-03-2012
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Right, left, and centre: how does cerebral asymmetry mix with callosal connectivity?15-03-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Positive components of mental health provide significant protection against likelihood of falling in older women over a 13-year period.14-03-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Burns et al (2013). Stability and change in level of probable depression and depressive symptoms in a sample of middle and older-aged adults.28-02-2012
Debjani Das
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Kaarin Anstey
ADHD symptoms and cognitive abilities in the mid-life cohort of the PATH Through Life Study08-02-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Alcohol and smoking consumption behaviours in older Australian adults: prevalence, period and socio-demographic differentials in the DYNOPTA.05-01-2012
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Bielak et al (2012). Activity engagement is related to level, but not change in cognitive ability across adulthood.01-01-2012
A DawelProf Kaarin Anstey
Dawel & Anstey (2011). Interventions for Midlife Smoking Cessation: A Literature Review30-09-2011
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dementia. Who gets it?23-09-2011
Prof Laurie Brown
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Modelling the evolution of dementia in australian adults cohorts by way of dynamic microsimulation (Forum 2011)23-09-2011
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Dr Pushpani Menaka Herath
Development of ANU- dementia risk index (ANU-DRI): evidence based risk calculations for dementia (Forum 2011)23-09-2011
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Dr Pushpani Menaka Herath
Evidence based risk calculations for dementia (Forum 2011)22-09-2011
Dr Pushpani Menaka Herath
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Interventions to prevent or delay the onset of dementia (Forum 2011)22-09-2011
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Pushpani Menaka Herath
Herath & Anstey (2011). Interventions to prevent or delay the onset of Dementia31-07-2011
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Cognitive and sensory factors associated with safe driving (AA, Qld, May 2011)18-05-2011
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Henry Brodaty
Prof Elizabeth Beattie
The Great Dementia Research Challenge11-05-2011
Prof Kaarin Anstey
"Is Alzheimer's Disease Preventable?" - Video link24-02-2011
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Marc Budge
Anstey et al (2011). Body mass index in midlife and late-life as a risk factor for dementia: a meta-analysis of prospective studies23-02-2011
Prof Kaarin Anstey
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Dementia literacy in Italian, Greek and Chinese Australians - Key Point Summary30-11-2010
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Maree Farrow
Preventing Dementia: Developing an Evidence-Based Public Health Approach (Forum 2010)23-09-2010
Ms Arezoo Assareh
Dr John Crawford
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Perminder Sachdev
Renin-angiotensin system genetic polymorphisms and brain white matter lesions in older Australians. (Forum 2010)23-09-2010
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Brian Draper
Prof Henry Brodaty
Ms Fleur Harrison
Low et al (2010). Recognition, attitudes and causal beliefs regarding dementia in Italian, Greek and Chinese Australians.01-01-2010
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Prof Marc Budge
Prof Laurie Brown
Dementia risk factors across the adult age range: implications for public health and Planning (Forum 2009)24-09-2009
Dr Nicolas Cherbuin
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Dr Maree Farrow
WORKSHOP: Online cognitive testing: How do we use it? (Forum 2009)23-09-2009
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Prof Kaarin Anstey
Low & Anstey (2009). Dementia literacy: recognition and beliefs on dementia of the Australian public01-01-2009
Prof Kaarin Anstey
A/Prof Lee-Fay Low
Anstey et al (2008). Cholesterol as a Risk Factor for Dementia and Cognitive Decline: A Systematic Review of Prospective Studies With Meta-Analysis30-05-2008