Carli, who has a 50 percent chance of developing early-onset Alzheimer's disease, explains how she's supporting clinical research.
Amanda, a researcher at the UK Dementia Research Institute at UCL, explains how her work developing new biological tests called biomarkers can help us beat dementia.
Scott Mitchell, Barbara Windsor’s husband discusses how his life has changed since Barbara’s diagnosis and how he hopes the Dementia Revolution will get people talking.
Dementia Revolution supporter Dame Barbara Windsor describes her motivations for joining the Revolution and why she wants you to stand beside her.
The opening of the UK DRI hub at University College London brought together funders, researchers and people affected by dementia to mark the “beginning of the end to dementia”.
Mathew Horrocks, a researcher at the UK DRI at Edinburgh University, discusses his work to reveal the molecular processes which cause proteins to clump together in the brain.
Virgin Money employees sparked the Dementia Revolution when they chose Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer’s Research UK as their Charity of the Year.
Running legend Ron Hill knows all too well the challenge of marathon running, but dementia has now become the biggest test of his life.
Brother and sister Raj and Immy are two of our brilliant supporters, passionate about running and raising money for dementia research. Here they share their story and what drives their...
The CEO's of Alzheimer's Society and Alzheimer's Research UK explain why the charities have joined forces for this special year-long marathon campaign.
When she was diagnosed with vascular dementia the doctor suggested Sue took up running. Now that simple suggestion has turned into the challenge of a lifetime.
Director of the UK Dementia Research Institute Prof Bart De Strooper explains how your marathon efforts will power a research revolution in their laboratories.