Stephanie Irving
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  • Edinburgh, Scotland
  • United Kingdom
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Stephanie Irving joined Mitchell Slutzky's group
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Alzheimer's and related dementias

Alzheimer's and related dementias share much in common despite their disparate etiologies. Much can be done to prevent cognitive decline through diet, exercise, affect regulation and social connectedness. Share your research, thoughts and theories.See More
Feb 17, 2010
Stephanie Irving joined Jorge Iván Castillo Quan's group
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Neuroscience UK

undergrads or postgrads studying Neuroscience or related sciences in the UK
Feb 17, 2010
Stephanie Irving joined Markus A. Dahlem's group
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Neurological disorders

A discussion group that focuses the common aspects, e.g. upcoming conferences, new funding schemes, journals etc.
Aug 13, 2009
Stephanie Irving joined Karin Buetler's group
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Neuropsychology

A group dedicated to neuropsychology/cognitive neuroscience tackling the neural underpinnings of higher cognitive functions as well as its clinical application.Image: http://www.tcneuropsychology.com/Brain_Picture.jpg See More
Aug 13, 2009
Stephanie Irving updated their profile
Aug 13, 2009
Stephanie Irving is now a member of The NeuroNetwork
Aug 13, 2009

Profile Information

Main areas of research:
Huntington's Disease, other neurodegenerative illnesses, brain injury and rehabilitation.
Interests/keywords:
Neuropsychology, neurology, neuroscience.
Current title/position:
Postgraduate student
Current affiliation/employer:
The University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Collaborators:
NHS Grampian
EHDN
Personal or laboratory homepage:
http://www.euro-hd.net/html/network?eurohdsid=f652915de9ad882716d66...
Publications:
"An assessment of alcohol abuse on cognitive abilities, executive functions and motor signs in Huntington’s disease"

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