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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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 …

Simon Ridley

I was very saddened by the loss of Stuart, whom I got to know through Alzheimer’s Research UK: a highly respected scientist, a conscientious and dedicated volunteer advisor to the charity and advocate for the cause of dementia research – but above all, I’ll remember a warm, friendly and kind person who left us …

Stuart Allan

I met Stuart in my very first week in Manchester in November 1993 and he became a very good friend and colleague over subsequent years. In the 1990s I remember many an enjoyable Thursday evening in Buxton with Stuart and other colleagues, sampling local beers and enjoying Stuart and Sharon’s kind hospitality. I was …

Rosa Sancho

I’m so sad about this news. My thoughts are with Stuart’s family and friends at such a difficult time. I worked closely with Stuart as part of the Alzheimer’s Research UK team. Stuart advised us on many of our research initiatives, more significantly as Chair of our Grant Review Board and our Clinical Trials …

Graham Cadwallader

I first came across Stuart back in the mid-2000s when I was a programme manager at the Neuroscience Board of the MRC and had the privilege of giving him the good news that his latest funding application had been successful. It was the friday afternoon of a long, difficult week and so I had …

Tim Parry

I was very sad to hear about Stuart. He became a friend to me over the past ten years or so through my work at Alzheimer’s Research UK. Not only was Stuart a scientist who had driven significant research breakthroughs, he also cared about the wider issue of dementia and helped us campaign for …

Julie Snowden

I first met Stuart in the early 1990s when he was beginning his PhD research.  I was part of the Manchester clinical team specialising in early onset dementias.  We had identified and characterised frontotemporal dementia (FTD) patients and were aware of the high familial incidence.  Stuart’s work on the genetics of FTD was therefore …
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