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Tomi Akingbade

Tomi Akingbade

Tomi Akingbade
Neuroscience masters student
The University of Nottingham


Tomi is a neuroscience masters student at the University of Nottingham. During her degree, Tomi has spent time in the lab working to help clinicians find ways to identify dementia and improve the outcome of treatment. When outside of the lab, Tomi is very interested in sports and loves to try different cuisines. Connect with her via email at tomi.akingbade@gmail.com or Twitter @tomi_akingbade.

Tomi Akingbade

People have lots of reasons for doing exercise. Some people want to lose weight, some people want to gain weight. Moderate exercise could be very important for people with dementia.

Tomi Akingbade

Learning new skills keeps the mind active, which is especially important as one gets older. Here I’ll break down how important it is to keeping exposing yourself to learning opportunities in adulthood.

Tomi Akingbade

I love food, as I’m sure a lot of people do. Whether it be the smell of your favourite meal or the memory of cooking with a loved one, the majority of us would call food an experience rather than something we’re told we have to do 3 times a day.