Theme 5 | Memory and Dementia

Research that investigates dementia and other memory related disorders, and their underlying biological underpinnings

  1. Lieke Bakker
    Correlations of Plasma Kynurenines with CSF Levels, and their relation to Markers of Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology. > 
  2. Jeroen Bruinsma 
    They simply do not understand”: a focus group study exploring the lived experiences of family caregivers of people with frontotemporal dementia. >  
  3. Chris Choe 
    A role for the kynurenine pathway in affective symptomatology in individuals with or at risk for dementia. > 
  4. Nathan De Jong 
    MRI-Derived Neuronal Correlates of Brain Reserve, and Associations with Lifestyle: The ‘Use it or Lose it’ Project. > 
  5. Aurore Delvenne 
    Cerebrospinal fluid proteomic profiling of individuals with mild cognitive impairment and Suspected Non-Alzheimer’s disease Pathophysiology. > 
  6. Veerle van Gils
    The association between ATN Alzheimer biomarkers, MRI vascular burden and cognition. > 
  7. Stevie Hendriks
    The incidence of young onset dementia: a systematic review and meta-analysis. > 
  8. Maud Hevink 
    Cognisance – Codesigning dementia diagnostic and post diagnostic care. > 
  9. Roy van Hooren 
    Elevated norepinephrine metabolism is linked to cortical thickness in the context of Alzheimer’s disease pathology. > 
  10. Olin Janssen 
    Predictors of preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease in persons with subjective cognitive decline. >
  11. Daan van Kruiming 
    Identifying APOE-Genotype and Age-Dependent Plaque-Associated Lipid Changes using High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry in an Alzheimer Disease Mouse Model. > 
  12. Sara Lambrichts
    Microvascular rarefaction as a crucial factor in heart and brain disorders. > 
  13. Iris LInden
    Implementation of a diagnostic decision-aid for people with memory complaints and their general practitioners: a protocol of a before and after proof of concept study. >
  14. Qian Luo 
    Sphingosine 1-phosphate (S1P) analogue FTY720 decreases ceramide levels and ameliorates memory performance in Alzheimer’s disease models. > 
  15. Ellis Nelissen
    Acute and chronic treatment with a novel, PDE4-inhibiting plant extract improves short- and long-term memory in rats at non-emetic doses. > 
  16. Julie Oomens
    The role of lifestyle factors in Alzheimer’s disease pathophysiology. > 
  17. Dean Paes
    PDE4D isoforms in neuronal plasticity: target identification to treat Alzheimer’s disease. > 
  18. Renzo Riemens
    Alzheimer’s disease-associated (hydroxy)methylomic changes in the brain and blood. > 
  19. Mignon Schichel
    Senior Friendly Communities: a pre-assessment of how communities in the Euregion Meuse-Rhine are supporting their ageing societies. >
  20. Merel van der Thiel
    Vascular and neurodegenerative imaging markers are associated with increased interstitial fluid diffusion in memory clinic patients. >

The School for Mental Health and Neuroscience (MHeNs) strives to advance our understanding of brain-behaviour relationships by using an approach integrating various disciplines in neuro- and behavioural science, medicine, and the life sciences more widely. MHeNs performs high-impact mental health and neuroscience research and educates master's students and PhD researchers. MHeNs performs translational research, meaning practical collaboration between researchers in the lab and in the hospital. MHeNs is one of six graduate schools of the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences (FHML) aligned to the Maastricht University Medical Centre+ (MUMC+).