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For general enquiries 

Please contact us on enquiries@ukdri.ac.uk or 020 3108 6538.

For press enquiries 

Please contact lucy.wilson@ucl.ac.uk or 020 3108 6853. 

For information on dementia

If you are seeking information on dementia, please get in touch with the institute's charity founding funders:

For donations

The UK DRI is funded through our three founders; the Medical Research Council, Alzheimer's Society and Alzheimer's Research UK. Therefore, If you would like to donate to the UK Dementia Research Institute, please do so via our charity partners: Alzheimer’s Society (0330 333 0804) and Alzheimer’s Research UK (0300 111 5555). When making a gift, please let the charities know that you would like your donation to be used for the UK Dementia Research Institute, and they will ensure that it is directed appropriately. Please note that both charities don't only focus on Alzheimer's disease, but fund research across the breadth of diseases that cause dementia. 

If you wish to send your donation in the form of a cheque, please see postal instructions for the charities by clicking on the respective links: Alzheimer's Society & Alzheimer's Research UK.

If you are sending a cheque to the UK DRI Research Institute directly, please make it out to 'UK DRI Ltd' and send to the address below. If you have any further questions on donations, please email or call general enquiries found at the top of the page.

For information requests

If you are requesting information on the UK DRI that you can’t find on our website please contact enquiries@ukdri.ac.uk or 0203 108 6859. 

Or alternatively mail us on: 

UK Dementia Research Institute Headquarters,
6th Floor Maple House,
149 Tottenham Court Road,
London
W1T 7NF

To help us to locate the information you are interested in please outline your request as clearly as possible, providing any relevant dates, organisations or names. Visit the UCL Freedom of Information webpage for further information on how to make a request.

Founding funders

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