ADNeT’s Welcomes New Partners

ADNeT is excited to welcome three esteemed institutions as new partners: Griffith Health, the Dementia Australia Research Foundation (DARF), and Deakin University. These partnerships mark a significant step forward in ADNeT’s pursuit of comprehensive dementia research encompassing early diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and care.

Collaboration with Griffith Health and Deakin University has been ongoing, particularly in the implementation of cognitive interventions within memory clinics. This collaboration underscores our shared commitment to enhancing patient outcomes through innovative approaches.

DARF, as the research arm of Dementia Australia, plays a crucial role in supporting early- and mid-career researchers in conducting high-quality dementia research. Their expertise and resources will further enrich ADNeT’s research endeavors.

As partners, Griffith Health, DARF, and Deakin University will hold seats on the ADNeT Full Committee, the highest governing body of ADNeT. This ensures their active involvement in shaping ADNeT’s strategic direction and decision-making processes.

Professor Chris Rowe, ADNeT Director, expressed enthusiasm for the continued collaboration, stating, “We look forward to furthering our joint efforts in cognitive interventions and exploring mutual research interests alongside Griffith Health, Deakin University, and DARF.”

Together, we are poised to make significant strides in advancing dementia research and improving the lives of those affected by this condition.