About the Australian Dementia Network

The Australian Dementia Network (ADNeT) is a network of leading scientists and researchers from across 18 institutions, working together with the aim of:

  1. establishing the first dementia clinical quality registry to track, benchmark, and report on the clinical care of people with dementia (Registry)
  1. establishing consistent best practice guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of dementia (Memory Clinics).
  1. facilitating the development of effective therapies by providing detailed dementia screening of patients suitable for participation in clinical trials (Screening for Trials)

Led by Professor Christopher Rowe, ADNeT is supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), The Wicking Trust, The Yulgilbar Foundation, and Dementia Australia.

ADNeT History

ADNeT Governance