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Dr Tom Smulders
Tahsina Choudhury
Kyriaki Foka
Kevin Dick
Stephen Bradwel
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A Real-world What-Where-When memory test2017
Dr Peter Gallagher
Daniel Stow
Dr Nils Hammerla
Dr Thomas Ploetz
Dr Michael Firbank
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A study of wrist-worn activity measurement as a potential real-world biomarker for late-life depression2017
Dr Xenia Kobeleva
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Dr Peter Gallagher
Professor Alan Thomas
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Divergent functional connectivity during attentional processing in Lewy body dementia and Alzheimer’s disease2017
Andy Bradley
Naomi Slater
Dr Peter Gallagher
Professor Hamish McAllister-Williams
Dr Kirstie Anderson
et al.
Sleep and circadian rhythm disturbance in bipolar disorder2017
Dr Peter Gallagher
Sheryl Mitchell
Dr Bridget Griffiths
Vicki Hindmarsh
Ben Hargreaves
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Subjective and Objective Measures of Dryness Symptoms in Primary Sjögren’s Syndrome – Capturing the discrepancy2017
Sophie Hodgetts
Dr Peter Gallagher
Daniel Stow
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Professor John O'Brien
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The impact and measurement of social dysfunction in late-life depression: an evaluation of current methods with a focus on wearable technology2017
James Clark
Dr Peter Gallagher
Dr Stuart Watson
A simple method for optimising transformation of non-parametric data: an illustration by reference to cortisol assays2016
Dr Peter Gallagher
Daniel Stow
Nils Hammerla
Dr Thomas Ploetz
Dr Michael Firbank
et al.
A study of wrist-worn activity measurement as a potential real-world biomarker for late life depression2016
Dr Andreas Finkelmeyer
Dr Lucy Stevens
Rachel Moss
Dr Peter Gallagher
Professor Nicol Ferrier
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Altered hippocampal function in major depression despite intact structure and resting perfusion2016
Professor Hamish McAllister-Williams
Dr Andreas Finkelmeyer
Dr Peter Gallagher
Professor Heinz Grunze
Dr Adrian Lloyd
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Antidepressant augmentation with metyrapone for treatment-resistant depression (the ADD study): a double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial2016
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