Natasha Rajah named as Co-Lead of CCNA’s Team 9

Congratulations to Dr. Natasha Rajah, who has just been named co-lead of Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA)’s Team 9, Biomarkers of Aging and Neurodegeneration. She takes over from Pierre Bellec (Montreal), and will be sharing the lead with Roger A. Dixon (Alberta).

Together, Drs. Dixon and Rajah will uphold the team’s mandate to develop and apply a variety of “neuroinformatics” approaches (including AI, omics, machine learning, big data, precision subtypes) to address the heterogeneous, interactive and dynamic nature of the continuum from healthy brain aging to dementia.

Congratulations Dr. Rajah!