Birkbeck Babylab Autism Research Study

Babylab conduct studies to better understand how babies learn and develop, particularly during the first 2 years of life. They are also interested in understanding why and how some children develop conditions such as autism.Read more

Dementia Research: Make a Cup of Tea Game

PhD research study recruiting dementia carera: using a game to understand dementia.Read more

Detecting brain injury faster

Southampton University are looking for healthy volunteers to take part in a study at the Southampton General Hospital, to detect high pressure in the skull as quickly and easily as taking blood pressure. The volunteers will be asked to wear a headphone-like device to measure the pressure on their brain.Read more

Experts by Experience

The Experts by Experience programme takes individuals with firsthand experience as service users on Care Quality Commission inspections to help compile reports on the standard of care provision, by speaking directly to users of the service and giving users’ opinions a voiceRead more

Inter-STAARS ADHD early intervention study

Recruiting babies under 14 months who have a sibling / parent with ADHD or hyper active symptoms to take part in a computer-based attention training. Inter-STAARS is a new, NHS approved study adopting a unique approach to early intervention for infants at risk of developing ADHD.Read more

Research into carer experience of appetite changes in people living with dementia

A doctoral research fellow at the University of Southampton is looking to recruit carers (family and friends) of individuals with dementia. Click the post for more details.Read more

Research into online support for Families and Friends of Individuals affected by Psychosis

COPE are currently recruiting participants to test their new COPe-support resource for friends and family of people affected by psychosis.  End date: February 14, 2020Read more

The ANGELA Project for young onset dementia

A National Research Survey for Young Onset Dementia: The Angela Project aims to improve diagnosis and post-diagnostic support for younger people with dementia, families and supportersRead more

Views on physical activity for people with dementia

Researchers are interviewing people who are relatives, friends or informal carers who have had contact with people with dementia while they took part in physical activity.Read more

Wanted for research study: Male carers of someone with dementia

This study aims to understand what matters the most to people living with dementia who have taken part in physical activity.Read more