Professor Claudia Cooper


Honorary Fellow

Professor Cooper collaborates with NARI on a number of studies, including PITCH, No More Shame and Moving Pictures India. 

She leads the Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) Centre for Psychiatry and Mental Health, where she is a professor of Psychological Medicine. She is a consultant old age psychiatrist in East London NHS Foundation Trust memory services. Professor Cooper leads the Alzheimer’s Society Centre of Excellence for Independence at home, which is developing interventions to support people living with dementia at home; and the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR)/Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) APPLE-Tree programme (Active Prevention in People at risk of dementia: Lifestyle, bEhaviour change/Technology to REducE cognitive decline), investigating how lifestyle and behavioural change can prevent dementia in older people.

She is a member of the UK Cabinet Office Evaluation Task Force Advice Panel, which advises and supports evaluations of national government programmes and policies; and an NIHR Senior Investigator. She also co-leads an NIHR Dementia and Neurodegenerative diseases Policy Research Unit.

Further Information:

Wolfson Institute of Population Health, QMUL Profile

Email: [email protected]