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Derby Psychiatry Association, Inc., a Derby, East Midlands-based publisher/consulting firm, publishes a variety of market research studies about different service and healthcare sectors, as well as an independent market research study called: “Aging, memory, and mild cognitive impairment” The 3th edition of this study was published in May 2010.  Fortune 500 companies pay us thousands for our proprietary research and forecasts. Now, you, the consumer, can benefit from our vast knowledge and special expertise for a tiny fraction of the cost.

Since we ARE independent, you can be sure that our opinions and reviews and Psychiatry reports on DementiaToday.net are indeed unbiased. Our good reputation is at stake. Derby Psychiatry Association covers a wide range of service industries, but the Dementia market is our specialty.

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Karl Kobayashi, MD
Augustus Rose Professor of Neurology and Professor
of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences,
UCLA School of Medicine,
Los Angeles, California

Laurence Reutens, MD
Consultant Psychiatrist, Royal Prince
Alfred Hospital; Neuropsychiatry Fellow, Neuropsychiatric Institute,
Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, Australia

Joseph Lottman MD FEBU
Chair, Department of Radiology and Diagnostic
Imaging, Manchester Veterans Affairs Medical Center,
Manchester, New Hampshire

Jerzy Wegiel V.D.M., Ph.D.
Acting Chair, Department of Pathological
Neurobiology, New York State Institute for Basic
Research in Developmental Disabilities,
Staten Island, New York

George S. Zubenko M.D., Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychiatry,
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Heather A. Wishart MB MCH BSC FRCS (PAED)
Departments of Psychiatry and Radiology,
Dartmouth Medical School, Lebanon, New Hampshire

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