Natalie Cole, PhD

Research and Development Project Manager,
Trinity College Dublin

natalie.cole@gbhi.org
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Key areas: integrated care, project management, care management

Natalie Cole has more than 17 years of experience in neuroscience focusing on neurological disorders. She brings to GBHI research experience in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and Alzheimer’s disease (AD), as well as experience in developing potential treatment therapies for various neurodegenerative diseases.

Finding a way to care for the whole person can help people live independently with a higher quality of life for a longer time.

Before joining Trinity College Dublin, Cole was Assistant Professor of Neurology at Northwestern University and was part of the research team that discovered the gene encoding the protein alsin, ALS2, is mutated in a form of recessive ALS. She returned to Ireland as a Research Fellow at Trinity with a research interest in the preclinical evaluation of therapeutic compunds for neurological diseases, including AD. Cole subsequently worked as Project Manager of Mercers Institute for Successful Ageing. She is now the project manager of DemPath, a project funded by the Genio Trust to develop an integrated care pathway for people with dementia in St. James’s Hospital, Dublin.

Bio: Natalie Cole is the Research and Development Project Manager for DemPath, an integrated care pathway for people with dementia in St. James’s Hospital, Dublin. She earned her doctorate degree in industrial microbiology from University College Dublin.

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