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Cambridge Centre for Frontotemporal Dementia and Related Disorders

Department of Clinical Neurosciences

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Professor James B. Rowe

He is both a neuroscientist and a cognitive neurologist and runs specialised clinics for patients suffering from Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration. His research on these diseases aims for a better understanding of the underlying characteristics, finding new markers, improving diagnoses, and informing new treatment strategies.


Our clinics

James B. Rowe leads two specialised clinics for patients with frontotemporal dementia. The "Disorder of Movement and Cognition" (DMC) Clinic for patients with PSP and CBD and the "Early-onset Dementia Clinic" (EDC) for patients with frontotemporal dementia. We are also associated with the "Cambridge Memory Clinic".

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Our research

We have several research topics and projects on frontotemporal dementia and related disorders. By adopting a multi-methods approach we study for instance the epidemiology, genetics, pathology, treatment, and longitudinal progression of dementia.

What is Frontotemporal Dementia

Do you would like to find out more about what frontotemporal dementia and related disorders are? Please have look at the following page.

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Publications

Here you can find Professor James B. Rowe's full publication list.

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RSS Feed Latest news

New twitter account for the lab of James Rowe

Nov 28, 2017

The lab is now on twitter as well! @CambridgeFTD We will tweet about all group-related new publications, events, etc

New publications

Nov 27, 2017

2 new publications out in November 2017

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Video abstract for the new article by Lansdall et al., (2017) published in Brain.

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Emily Fisher, a postgraduate student from the Norwich University of the Arts, created an animated film about a person's experience suffering from Alzheimer's disease.

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Book by Richard E. Passingham and James B. Rowe on "A short guide to Brain Imaging" (2015)

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