Toronto Dementia Research Alliance (TDRA) is working together to better understand, prevent, and treat dementia by creating a stronger link between basic science and clinical research, embedding research into care, improving outreach and education to the community, and increasing the efficiency of collaborative research processes across the city.
Established in 2012, TDRA is a collaboration among the University of Toronto, Baycrest, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences (Ontario Shores), Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Unity Health Toronto, and the University Health Network.
Toronto Dementia Network
Whether dementia has personally affected you or a loved one, participating in research can help to create a future without dementia. Not sure where to start?
Visit the Toronto Dementia Network website and check out the Research Studies section here.
Created by the Toronto Dementia Research Alliance and the Alzheimer Society of Toronto, this section lists dementia research studies that are open for participation across the city. You can browse for studies in plain language, or be matched to a study using a questionnaire.
Get started by visiting: https://tdn.alz.to/research-studies/
Questions? Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Webinar Series: Advances in Dementia Research
Advances in Dementia Research is a bi-monthly webinar series co-hosted by the Toronto Dementia Research Alliance and the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. The series reviews current research topics in dementia and discusses dementia studies across Toronto that are open for participation. Webinars are presented in plain language, and participants have the opportunity to ask questions.
For upcoming dates and past webinar recordings, please click here.
Participation requirements and plain language summaries for the research studies featured in this series can be found on the Toronto Dementia Network website here.