In Memory of

Stuart Pickering-Brown

Stuart Pickering-Brown

In memory of Stuart Pickering-Brown, Professor of Neurogenetics at the University of Manchester

 

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Fiona Carragher

  Alzheimer’s Society is deeply saddened to hear of the recent death of Professor Stuart Pickering-Brown.   Stuart made significant contributions to dementia research and was a recognised authority within the genetics of neurodegenerative diseases, particularly frontotemporal dementia. Alongside the lasting impact of his scientific contribution, Stuart also made a great impact on the …

Arnaud Garcon

Terribly sorry to hear about Stuart’s passing. I met him a few times as part of my role in the technology transfer office of the University and every encounter was a treat. His enthusiasm for science was infectious even (especially?) for a non-specialist like myself. My thoughts are with his family and friends.  …

Bridget Gray

It was with much sadness we heard the news of Stuart’s passing. A brilliant man and a wonderful friend and neighbor. We will cherish our memories of him. Our thoughts and prayers are with Sharon and their family. Much love ❤️ Bridget. Jonathan and Caity Gray  …

Sarah Ryan

I first joined Stuart’s lab as a PhD student in 2012, and enjoyed working with him so much that I stayed with him for a postdoc and then a fellowship. He was deeply knowledgeable and enthusiastic about dementia research, which I found very inspiring. I will always remember him as an incredibly kind, caring …

Edward Jarvis

I am very saddened to hear about Stuart. I first met him in the mid 1980s and he was always very kind to me (which I never forgot) and always insistent that I get an education (which I did). I feel for his family but it’s also a tragedy for the research he cared …

Cath Lawrence

I was so saddened to hear the news about Stuart and am still finding it hard to believe. I have known Stuart since I did my PhD in Manchester (in the 90s) when he was working in Frank Owen’s group that shared lab space right next to my groups in the Stopford building. As …

Judith Hoyland

I was saddened to hear of Stuart’s premature death. My thoughts are with his family at this time.  He was a very talented scientist in the field of dementia research and he will be greatly missed by staff and students at the Unversity.  …

Jason Li

Stuart was a kind man and a brilliant scientist. We met in 2008 in a company activity at an event near to the university. He supported us strongly of our interests in neurosciences and we had been in collaboration since then. All of the PR repeat antibodies we produced were recommended by him as …

Simon Lovestone

I was so saddened to hear of Stuart’s death this morning. He was a fine scientist and a good man. One of the best. I always enjoyed his company and valued time spent with him for both personal and professional reasons. He will be missed by many and my condolences of course to his …

Laura Phipps

I was truly saddened to hear of Stuart’s death and my heart goes out to his family and friends. I’ve worked with Stuart over the past 10 years through his unwavering support for Alzheimer’s Research UK. Despite his exceptional scientific knowledge and track-record in dementia research, Stuart always took the time to explain his …
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