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neuroimaging team at Cyceron

The neuroimaging team at Cyceron were featured in the TF1 programme ‘Le journal de 20h’

 


Age Well volunteers taking part in a language lesson

Volunteers taking part in a group session.

 


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Gaël Chételat taking part in an interview for the project video.

 


Volunteers taking part in a group session.

 


Volunteers taking part in a group session.

 


SCD-Well team members from all four countries involved in the study.

 


Gaël Chetelat (left) and Géraldine Poisnel at the SilverEco 2017 Awards on the 20th March 2017.

 


Dr Gaël Chételat (left) with volunteer group for the Caen clinical trials.

 


Dr Natalie Marchant, coordinator of SCD Well, with Debbie Horney, manager of the clinical trial, both of University College London (UCL).

 


The Study 1 team take part in a workshop at the General Assembly meeting in Bonn in November 2016 to discuss details of their clinical trial.

The Study 1 team take part in a workshop at the General Assembly meeting in Bonn in November 2016 to discuss details of their clinical trial.

 


Project coordinator Dr Gaël Chételat (second from left) and Dr Antoine Lutz (third from right) chat with potential clinical trial volunteers at one of the Project’s public meetings in Caen, France.

Project coordinator Dr Gaël Chételat (second from left) and Dr Antoine Lutz (third from right) chat with potential clinical trial volunteers at one of the Project’s public meetings in Caen, France.

 


 Project Coordinator Gaël Chételat and tenured research scientist Antoine Lutz speaking with His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the Contemporary Sciences and Contemplative Science discussion at the University of Strasbourg in September 2016.

Project Coordinator Gaël Chételat and tenured research scientist Antoine Lutz speaking with His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the Contemporary Sciences and Contemplative Science discussion at the University of Strasbourg in September 2016.

 

 

Our project is very fortunate to have the support and advocacy of two highly respected experts from the fields of health & wellbeing practices and journalism: Matthieu Ricard (left) and Jean-Francois Lemoine (literal translation ‘the monk’ – right).

Our project is very fortunate to have the support and advocacy of two highly respected experts from the fields of health & wellbeing practices and journalism: Matthieu Ricard (left) and Jean-Francois Lemoine (literal translation ‘the monk’ – right).

 


Close to 100 older people from in and around Caen (Normandy), attended our project’s first public conference at the Marie Curie Amphitheatre on June 15 2016.

Close to 100 older people from in and around Caen (Normandy), attended our project’s first public conference at the Marie Curie Amphitheatre on June 15 2016.

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