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Dr Paul Donaghy
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr George Petrides
Dr James Lloyd
Nicola Barnett
et al.
Diffusion imaging in dementia with Lewy bodies: associations with amyloid burden, atrophy, vascular factors and clinical features2020
Julia Schumacher
Professor Alan Thomas
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Ruth Cromarty
Calum Hamilton
et al.
EEG alpha reactivity and cholinergic system integrity in Lewy body dementia and Alzheimer's disease2020
Dr Paul Donaghy
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Dipayan Mitra
Dr George Petrides
Dr James Lloyd
et al.
Microbleeds in dementia with Lewy bodies2020
Dr Paul Donaghy
Dr Joanna Ciafone
Dr Rory Durcan
Calum Hamilton
Sally Barker
et al.
Mild cognitive impairment with Lewy bodies: neuropsychiatric supportive symptoms and cognitive profile2020
Dr Rory Durcan
Dr Paul Donaghy
Nicola Barnett
Kirsty Olsen
Dr Alison Yarnall
et al.
Prevalence and severity of symptoms suggestive of gastroparesis in prodromal dementia with Lewy bodies2020
Professor Alan Thomas
Calum Hamilton
Dr Paul Donaghy
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Dr Christopher Morris
et al.
Prospective Longitudinal Evaluation of Cytokines in mild cognitive impairment due to AD and Lewy Body Disease2020
Calum Hamilton
Professor Fiona Matthews
Dr Paul Donaghy
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Professor John O'Brien
et al.
Prospective predictors of decline versus stability in mild cognitive impairment with Lewy bodies or Alzheimer’s disease2020
Julia Schumacher
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Calum Hamilton
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Ruth Cromarty
et al.
Quantitative EEG as a biomarker in mild cognitive impairment with Lewy bodies2020
Professor Ian McKeith
Professor Alan Thomas
Dr Frederic Blanc
Professor John O'Brien
Dr Dag Aarsland
et al.
Research criteria for the diagnosis of prodromal dementia with Lewy bodies2020
Dr Gemma Roberts
Dr James Lloyd
Dr George Petrides
Dr Paul Donaghy
Dr Joseph Kane
et al.
123I-FP-CIT striatal binding ratios do not decrease significantly with age in older adults2019
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