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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor Fiona Matthews
Dr Blossom Stephan
27-year time trends in dementia incidence in Europe and the US: the Alzheimer Cohorts Consortium2020
Dr Connor Richardson
Professor Carol Brayne
Professor Pamela Shaw
Professor Fiona Matthews
Advanced Glycation End Product Formation in Human Cerebral Cortex Increases with Alzheimer-type Neuropathologic Changes but is Not Independently Associated with Dementia in a Population-Derived Aging Brain Cohort2020
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Professor Fiona Matthews
Professor Carol Brayne
Anticholinergic drugs and incident dementia, mild cognitive impairment and cognitive decline: a meta-analysis2020
Professor Bloss Stephan
Professor Fiona Matthews
APOE ε4 and the influence of sex, age, vascular risk factors, and ethnicity on cognitive decline2020
Calum Hamilton
Professor Fiona Matthews
Dr Paul Donaghy
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Professor John O'Brien
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Cognitive decline in mild cognitive impairment with Lewy bodies or Alzheimer’s disease: a prospective cohort study2020
Professor Fiona Matthews
Cognitive Health Expectancies of Cardiovascular Risk Factors for Cognitive Decline and Dementia2020
Professor Fiona Matthews
Dementia Research Fit for the Planet: Reflections on Population Studies of Dementia for Researchers and Policy Makers Alike2020
Professor Carol Brayne
Professor Bloss Stephan
Professor Fiona Matthews
Education and the moderating roles of age, sex, ethnicity and apolipoprotein epsilon 4 on the risk of cognitive impairment2020
Dr Yu-Tzu Wu
Professor Fiona Matthews
Factors associated with self- and informant ratings of quality of life, wellbeing and life satisfaction in people with mild-to-moderate dementia: Results from the Improving the experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life2020
Professor Carol Brayne
Professor Fiona Matthews
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
Increasing prevalence of anticholinergic medication use in older people in England over 20 years: Cognitive Function and Ageing Study I and II2020
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