United Kingdom Tamara BackhouseUniversity of East AngliaResearch Fellow at the University of East Anglia. Research focusses on dementia care interventions and care homes. Prof Dawn BrookerAssociation for Dementia Studies, University of WorcesterProf Brooker is Director of the Association for Dementia Studies at Worcester University. She is a clinical psychologist who focusses on the person centred dementia care. Frances BunnUniversity of HertfordshireProfessor in Health and Complex Conditions. Expertise: dementia and comorbidity, organisation and delivery of health care for people with dementia and their family carers Dr Andrea CapstickUniversity of BradfordSenior Lecturer in Dementia Studies. Programme lead, MSc Dementia Studies. Education, participatory research, human rights and social inclusion. Neil ChadbornUniversity of Nottingham Public health and health services research https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/medicine/people/neil.chadborn David ChallisPSSRU, University of ManchesterProfessor, PSSRU at Manchester. Research on Ageing, Long Term Care, Dementia Care Richard ChestonUniversity of the West of EnglandPsychotherapy, existential threat, nostalgia, attachment Laura ColeKing's College LondonSenior Research Associate at NIHR Health & Social Care Workforce Research Unit. Michael CravenNIHR MindTech MedTech Co-operative & University of NottinghamSenior Research Fellow. Design and evaluation of medical devices and digital health innovations, primarily focused on mental health and dementia Nathan DaviesUniversity College LondonSenior Research Felow. Research: Palliative care, faimly carers, psychosocial interventions, digitla interventions, decision making. Kay de VriesDe Montfort UniversityProfessor of Older People's Health; expertise in dementia care, in acute, community and care home environments Tom DeningUniversity of NottinghamOld age psychiatry; dementia Jemima DooleyUniversity of BristolSenior Research Associate in Qualitative Methods. Expertise in conversation analysis, patient and public involvement and innovative research methods. Simon EvansAssociation for Dementia Studies, University of WorcesterPrincipal Research Fellow & Head of Research. Shirley EvansAssociation for Dementia Studies, University of Worcester Senior Research Fellow at the Association for Dementia Studies and is Programme Manager for the UK Meeting Centre Support Programme with an interest in community-based interventions Heather GageUniversity of SurreyHealth economist, health services research Clarissa GiebelUniversity of Liverpool / NIHR ARC NWCPostdoctoral Research Associate in dementia care, focusing on enabling people with dementia stay independent at home and addressing health inequalities Amanda GriffithsProfessor of Occupational Health PsychologyEmployers’ perspectives on working age dementia; healthcare workforce development and wellbeing Dr Azu GuzmanUniversity of Edinburgh and NHS LothianLecturer in Health and Ageing at the School of Health in Social Science and Clinical Psychologist at the Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Western General Hospital.. Karen Harrison DeningDementia UKHead of Research and Publications for the UK charity and for Admiral Nursing, specialist care managers for families affected by dementia. Juanita HoeCity, University of LondonReader in Mental Health Nursing experienced in developing psychosocial interventions to improve quality of life for people with dementia and their family caregivers. Eef HogervorstLoughborough UniversityCross cultural diagnostics, assessments of lifestyle related interventions (exercise, nutrition, hormone treatment). John HudsonUniversity of LincolnSenior Lecturer in Neuropsychology. Research focuses on using cognitive profiles to guide care related decsions in dementia.. Anthea InnesUniversity of SalfordProfessor and Director Salford Institute for Dementia Ian Andrew JamesDepartment of Clinical Psychology, Akenside Offices, Campus for Ageing and Vitality,Clinical Psychologist & Hon. Prof. at University of Bradford. Interest in use of psychotherapy with people with both dementia & challengning behaviour. Danielle JonesUniversity of Bradford, Centre for Applied Dementia StudiesSenior Lecturer in Dementia Studies. Programme lead, MSc Dementia Studies. Education, participatory research, human rights and social inclusion. Professor John KeadyThe University of ManchesterProfessor of Older Peoples Mental Health, Expertise: nursing, participatory approaches; neighbourhoods. Dr Fiona KellyQueen Margaret UniversityLecturer (teaching and research). Qualitative research, environmental design, human rights, ethics, selfhood, end of life Aleksandra (Ola) KudlickaUniversity of ExeterPsychologist and researcher, University of Exeter, UK. My expertise is in cognitive rehabilitation for people with dementia, executive function, and clinical trials Gayle MaddenDementia UKPractice Development Facilitator supporting Admiral Nurses working with families living with dementia. Ian MaidmentAston UniversityResearcher into medication Optimisation using qualitative and realist approaches Jill Manthorpe King's College London Professor of Social Work and Director of the NIHR Health and Social Care Workforce Research Unit, King's College London Dr Orii McDermottUniversity of NottinghamSenior Research Fellow. Expertise in music-based interventions and outcome measures development. Currently investigating the needs of people with Young Onset Dementia Esme MonizUniversity of HullProfessor in Psychology Ageing & Dementia, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Dementia Lead,Yorks & Humber Clinical Research Network, Founder chair, now co-chair INTERDEM Dr Deborah OliveiraUniversity of NottinghamDementia risk reduction, low- and middle-income countries, family caregiving, long-term care, health promotion, quality of life, psychometrics Kirsten MooreMarie Curie Palliative Care Research Department, University College LondonSocial gerontologist undertaking research in dementia and palliative care with a focus on family carer grief and preparation for end of life.. Professor Martin OrrellInstitute of Mental HealthProfessor and Director of the Institute of Mental Health and Head of Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology at the Institute of Mental Health, University of Nottingham Jan R OyebodeUniversity of BradfordDementia Care Research: expertise in clinical psychology approaches, mixed methods esp IPA, GT. Catherine PowellUniversity of BradfordI am a research fellow working on the National Insitute for Health Research funded 'Better Health in Residents in Care Homes (BHiRCH) project Dr Catherine QuinnUniversity of Bradford Senior Research Fellow at the University of Bradford. Research focuses on psychosocial interventions, relationship dynamics and positive aspects of caregiving. Dr. Snorri Bjorn RafnssonUniversity of West LondonDr. Rafnsson is an Associate Professor of Ageing & Dementia, with an interest in cognition/dementia, psychosocial functioning, and family caregiver well-being Greta RaitUniversity College LondonClinical academic General Practitioner. Dementia in primary care, epidemiology and trials Siobhan ReillyDivision of Health Research, Lancaster UniversityThe goal of my research is to improve the quality of care and evidence of for the delivery of health and social care services for people with people with dementia Professor Louise RobinsonInstitute of Health & Society, Newcastle UniversityTarget the key international agenda of global ageing and the health and wellbeing of older people with a particular focus on dementia care. Dr Elizabeth L SampsonMarie Curie Palliative Care Research Department, University College LondonClinical research (palliative & acute hospital care). Old age liaison psychiatrist. Studies developing complex interventions & on epidemiology (survival, pain & delirium) Professor Victoria TischlerEuropean Centre for Environment and Human Health University of Exeter Medical SchoolExpertise: arts and dementia; multi-sensory approaches to dementia care, with a focus on olfaction; public engagement Kritika SamsiKing's College LondonResearch Fellow at NIHR Health & Social Care Workforce Research Unit. Sharon SavageUniversity of Exeter, Exeter, UKClinical neuropsychologist; Lecturer in Ageing & Dementia, University of Exeter, UK. Research: psychosocial and cognitive interventions, technology-assisted interventions. Justine SchneiderUniversity of NottinghamThe arts as psychosocial interventions in dementia; service use and costs; carers; innovative workforce development approaches using the arts Professor Aimee SpectorDevelopment and evaluation of psychosocial interventions and outcome measures for people with dementia, with specific expertise in Cognitive Stimulation therapy (CST).Charlotte R. StonerUniversity College London (UCL)Research Psychologist. Expertise: Psychometric theory including development and adaptation of outcome measures, with a particular focus on positive psychology.. Professor Claire SurrLeeds Beckett UniversityDementia workforce development, care homes, psychosocial intervention evaluation, care and support for people with comorbid cancer and dementia Jane WilcockUniversity College LondonJane’s research interests are in dementia diagnosis and post-diagnostic support, and trials of co-designed complex interventions in primary care and community settings. Mark WilberforceUniversity of YorkI research the meaning and measurement of person-centredness in home support for older people.. Tracey WilliamsonAssociation for Dementia Studies, University of WorcesterFamily care in the dementia context, Patient and public involvement in research, participatory approaches, technology co-design Windle Gill DSDC Wales Research Centre, School of Health Sciences, Bangor UniversityDirector of DSDC Wales http://dsdc.bangor.ac.uk/research.php.en Associate Director of the Wales Centre for Ageing and Dementia Research http://www.cadr.cymru/en/ Emma WolversonThe University of Hull & Humber NHS Foundation TrustSenior Lecturer in Ageing and Dementia in facutly of Health Sciences at the University of Hull and Clinicial Psychologist with Humber NHS Foundation Trust. Robert WoodsUniversity of BolognaProfessor Emeritus of Clinical Psychology of Older People at Bangor University, Wales, UK and former director of the Dementia Services Development Centre Wales Maurice MulvennaProfessor of Computer ScienceProfessor of Computer Science at School of Computing, Ulster University. Researcher in artificial intelligence; dementia; digital mental health; assistive technologies.