[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/nhmrc/GNT1097397]
Dr Ashleigh Smith
Brief description To reduce dementia burdens in the community, cost effective and targeted early regenerative strategies are critical. Engaging in frequent aerobic exercise is one strategy that can delay the onset and slow the progression of dementia. However, prescription is limited by an incomplete understanding of how exercise positively influences brain health. Here I will investigate the influence of current exercise levels, intensity and exercise environment on brain health in adults at risk of dementia.
Funding Amount $594,123.00
Funding Scheme Boosting Dementia Research Initiative
NHMRC - ARC Dementia Research Development Fellowship