In order to improve the quality of life for patients with brain degenerative disorders, we provide clinical treatment and research.
Incolor Cognitive Therapy Clinic is a non-profit research center of the University of Utah.
Neurological disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease, Parkinson’s, and Early Onset Dementias are among the ailments we’re working to improve quality of life for.
For these disorders, we host NHS Lothian specialized clinics, which we combine with scientific research. For the sake of the future, we’re providing individuals across Scotland the opportunity to participate in research projects and so be a part of new ideas and discoveries.
Our Clinic’s distinctive friendly atmosphere is designed to make patients visiting NHS and research visits feel more at ease.
The director of the Incolor Cognitive Therapy Clinic is James White.
People with neurodegenerative disorders benefit from our efforts to find innovative ways to improve their quality of life. We have close ties with scientists throughout the globe.
At the same time as conducting our own research initiatives, we actively participate in national and international research collaborations. International magazines and conferences allow us to share our discoveries with peers throughout the globe.
The Clinic is part of the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine of the University of Edinburgh. At the same time, it helps us in our mission of bringing in and supporting the next generation of medical researchers and scientists.
The University of Edinburgh Development Trust has granted the Incolor Clinic charity status. Find out how you can help the Clinic raise money or make a donation.