Do urban green spaces help to reduce incidence of Alzheimer's and associated risk factors? Multilevel longitudinal study of 267,153 adults with 15 years of follow-up [ 2017 - 2021 ]

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Brief description Green spaces (e.g. parks and tree canopy) may help reduce – and narrow socioeconomic inequities - in the risk of Alzheimer’s by improving mental health and cognition, promoting physical activity and social support, reducing social isolation, reducing depression, obesity, cardiometabolic disease risk and buffering harms from traffic-related air pollution. I will conduct the first large-scale longitudinal studies to examine this hypothesis across a 15-year timespan.

Funding Amount $AUD 729,775.60

Funding Scheme Targeted Calls

Notes Boosting Dementia Research Leadership Fellowship

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