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The Cognitive Neurology Group (Professor Peter Nestor) at the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) conducts research on improving early detection and accurate diagnosis for different types of dementia.

Part of this involves developing better tests of memory, language and thinking abilities. In order to develop new tests and interpret performance of people with dementia, we also need the help of healthy people. This is where we need your help!

Eligibility

  • Be over the age of 50 years.
  • Have English as your first language.
  • Be in reasonably good health with no previous history of significant brain diseases.
  • Be available for three hours (maximum) to attend an appointment at the QBI, UQ (St Lucia).

What's involved

You will be asked to complete a series of pen-and-paper and computerised tests that are designed to assess mental abilities, such as memory, thinking, language and how our eyes scan the world.

Location

Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) (Building #79), The University of Queensland, St Lucia Qld.

Reimbursement

There is no payment for participating.

How your data will be secured

All data collected will be anonymised and stored securely on UQ servers.

Contact us

If you meet the requirements and are interested in participating, or you would like further information, please email Dr Soo Lee (nestor.research@uq.edu.au), phone (07) 3443 2615, or visit the Nestor Lab website.