Consultant Neurologist at Queen Square and UCL Professor.
Dr Schott's research interests are centred on translational research in the dementias, including: the development and application of imaging and cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers in the degenerative dementias for early, specific diagnosis and disease tracking; atypical and young onset dementia; genotype/phenotype correlations in neurodegeneration; clinical trials; autoimmune dementia syndromes; and normal and abnormal ageing. He is involved in several national and international collaborations, including heading an international consortium to determine the genetics of posterior cortical atrophy. Dr Schott co-edited (with Prof Masud Husain) the Oxford Textbook of Cognition and Dementia, and authored the chapter on Alzheimer's disease and other dementias for the Oxford Textbook of Medicine.
See also: UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology - Institute dedicated to neuroscience research
Jonathan Schott News
High blood pressure "critical period"
BBC - 21-Aug-2019
Increases blood pressure between the ages of 36 and 43 were associated with brain shrinkageRead more...
70 year study tracks lifestyle and disease
BBC - 13-Jul-2015
5000 people selected for study in 1946, over 2000 still taking part. Project able to track affect...Read more...