DARUG Project

Aims: To enhance the TUDA dataset with information from novel Geographic Information Systems technologies. To apply data analytics and big data technologies to better understand relationships between health, lifestyle and environmental factors and cognitive health. To conduct innovative personal and public involvement in the research.


UU: Michaela Black, Jonathan Wallace, Helene McNulty, Adrian Moore, Debbie Rankin, Catherine Hughes, Chris Gill, Leane Hoey

SEHSCT: Paul Carlin

Lay Summary

The team are developing novel classification models to identify predictors of cognitive dysfunction associated with ageing and aim to identify effective dietary and lifestyle intervention options that promote cognitive health and wellbeing amongst ageing populations.

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