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Apathy and impulsivity in neurological disease – cause, effect and treatment

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Theme: Neurons, Networks and Circuits

James studies the mechanisms and treatment of cognitive disorders, including frontotemporal dementia, Progressive Supranuclear Palsy and Alzheimer’s disease. He trained in medical sciences and experimental psychology at Cambridge, before clinical studies in Oxford and a PhD at UCL . After specialist training in London and Copenhagen, he returned to Cambridge where he now directs the Centre for Frontotemporal Dementia and lead the Clinical program in the Centre for Parkinson-plus. He is Associate Director of Dementias Platform UK, and Chief Scientific Adviser to ARUK . James’ work brings together brain imaging, genetics, psychopharmacology and computational modelling to transform the mechanistic understanding of human disease into new treatments.

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