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ISSN: 2161-0460

Journal of Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism
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Keith A Wesnes

Keith A Wesnes  Swinburne University UK


Dr. Keith A Wesnes is a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funded Early Career Research Fellow currently working across Swinburne University (Centre for Human Psychopharmacology) and Boston University School of Medicine (Department of Neurology). I am also an investigator on the Framingham Heart Study and a Fellow of the International Society for Hypertension. I obtained my PhD in 2014 as a Sir Robert Menzies Allied Health Scholar before undertaking post-doctoral training in the USA. The primary aim of my research is to understand the causes of cognitive impairment and dementia, with a focus on clinical biomarkers and lifestyle factors. My research has helped elucidate the role of arterial ageing in the development of cerebrovascular disease and cognitive decline and has documented the important role of vascular health in the development of Alzheimer’s disease. I am also interested in lifestyle and dietary based strategies to lower dementia burden. To this end, I am currently an investigator on many randomized controlled trials. My work has been published in some of the best international journals including the European Heart Journal, Stroke, Psychological Science, Alzheimer’s and Dementia and the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. I have received numerous grants and awards and I am currently CIA on grants investigating vascular contributions to dementia (NHMRC) and cognitive deficits following stroke (Rebecca L Cooper Medical Research Foundation).



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