Current Research Opportunities

The North Wales Dementia Network has resulted in numerous collaborations between its members. Involving people living with dementia and carers is at the heart of the network has increased the members understanding of challenges and priorities for the future, encouraging ideas from grassroots to stimulate greater collaboration and set priorities. The team are very willing to share the network with other regions that may be interested in this method of building strong communities. Please contact Catrin Hedd Jones: if you want to know more about getting involved.  Please click here to access the facebook page


We are looking for people with Alzheimer’s disease and healthy controls to help us with our research. Individuals with Alzheimer’s disease with an onset of symptoms before the age of 70, and healthy individuals without any memory problems over the age of 80. If you are interested in finding out more about our research you can contact the Cardiff University Dementia Research team on 02920 688042 or via email at


We are inviting people who have received a diagnosis of Lewy body dementia to help with this research. If you would like more information about our research or are interested in taking part, you can contact the Cardiff University Dementia Research team on 02920 688042 or via email at 



We are proud to host Join Dementia Research in Wales which now holds more than one thousand volunteers in Wales.

This is an online platform to match up volunteers interested in taking part in dementia research with researchers looking for potential participants. Anyone, with or without dementia, over the age of 18 can register as a volunteer or sign-up for someone else as long as they have given their consent.

Registration can be via the website, via the telephone helplines, or using a paper registration form; and volunteers can choose which studies they would like to hear more about.

Kat Algar-Skaife coordinates JDR for Wales, which includes promoting it at conferences and providing training to researchers wishing to use it. ( )