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Stephanie Harrison
Dr Eugene Tang
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Dr Louise Allan
Dr Louise Robinson
et al.
A Systematic Review of the Definitions of Vascular Cognitive Impairment, No Dementia in Cohort Studies.2016
connor Richardson
Stephanie Harrison
Dr Katie Brittain
Professor Louise Robinson
Dr Blossom Stephan
et al.
Associations between cognitive reserve and cognitive function in the very old: Newcastle 85+ Study2016
Stephanie Harrison
Professor Ngaire Kerse
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Karen Davies
Wendy den Elzen
et al.
Predicting Risk of Cognitive Decline in Very Old Adults Using Three Models: The Framingham Stroke Risk Profile; the Cardiovascular Risk Factors, Aging, and Dementia Model; and Oxi-Inflammatory Biomarkers2016
Dr Eugene Tang
Stephanie Harrison
Linda Errington
Dr Lenore Launer
Dr Mario Siervo
et al.
Current Developments in Dementia Risk Prediction Modelling: An Updated Systematic Review2015
Dr Eugene Tang
Stephanie Harrison
Dr Tom Gorman
Dr Mario Siervo
Dr Blossom Stephan
et al.
Dietary Interventions for Prevention of Dementia in People with Mild Cognitive Impairment2015
Stephanie Harrison
Dr Blossom Stephan
Exploring strategies to operationalize cognitive reserve: A systematic review of reviews2015
Stephanie Harrison
Dr Blossom Stephan
Dr Mario Siervo
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Karen Davies
et al.
Is There an Association Between Metabolic Syndrome and Cognitive Function in Very Old Adults? The Newcastle 85+Study2015
Stephanie Harrison
Dr Eugene Tang
Dr Mario Siervo
Professor Louise Robinson
Professor Carol Jagger
et al.
Cardiovascular disease risk models and longitudinal changes in cognition: a systematic review.2014
Stephanie Harrison
Kay Mann
Professor Mark Pearce
Early Life Influences Kidney Function at Age 63–64 Years, but So Does Adult Body Size: Results from the Newcastle Thousand Families Birth Cohort2013