Connect with one of our research experts
Are you interested in learning more about the CCNA’s research teams, or contacting one of our dementia experts? Below, you will find a spreadsheet (updated regularly) that lists CCNA researchers by team and research project, in addition to their preferred contact information.
Interested in joining the CCNA?
The Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA) recognizes the vital role that collaboration plays in advancing research in the areas of dementia prevention, treatment, and improving the quality of life of people living with dementia. We welcome all researchers working in the areas of aging, dementia, and neurodegeneration, both in Canada and internationally, to join in our efforts.
Benefits of becoming a CCNA Investigator Member include access to :
- CCNA’s resource network
- Members-only forums and communities
- CCNA-restricted funding opportunities
Applications will be evaluated by the CCNA Membership Committee, which consists of two CCNA Research Executive Committee (REC) members and two non-REC CCNA Investigator Members. Applications for membership are to be sent to the Chair of the Membership Committee, via CCNA Central Administration. Please refer to the CCNA Policies and Procedures for Membership for all details on the application process.
The hope is that the CCNA will grow and adapt over time – that individuals and groups will join and expand the research scope of this consortium, while benefiting from collaboration with other members.