Editorial team

Co-ordinating Editors

Jenny McCleery
Jenny is a Consultant in Old Age Psychiatry in Oxfordshire. She works in a Community Mental Health Team and memory clinic. Dementia has formed a large part of her clinical work over the last 20 years. She joined the Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group as an author in 2009 before becoming Deputy Coordinating Editor and then Joint Coordinating Editor.

Terry Quinn
Terry is a Consultant in older adult medicine and clinical researcher based in Glasgow, UK. Terry leads a research group with an interest in vascular cognitive impairment, outcome assessment and cognitive syndromes of older age. You can read more about his research at his University of Glasgow website, and you can see his various publications on Google Scholar. Terry has an interest in evidence synthesis methods and is part of the NIHR complex review support unit. You can follow him on twitter: @DrTerryQuinn

Terry Quinn

Deputy Co-ordinating Editor

Sascha Köpke
Sascha is a registered nurse, health services researcher and professor of nursing science at the University of Cologne, Germany. His research focuses an clinical studies especially concerning nurse-led and multidisciplinary interventions to increase quality and safety of care for people with cognitive impairment in different settings. His main methodological interests lies in the development, evaluation and implementation of non-pharmacological "complex interventions" in health and (of course!) systematic reviews of interventional and diagnostic studies.
Sascha Koepke

Managing Editor
Sue Marcus
Sue joined the Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group as Managing Editor in March 2010 after 5 years as a researcher at the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing. She was also Editorial Manager of the Journal of Population Ageing. A social scientist whose main interest is global ageing and health, she is a Director of Cochrane Global Ageing, working closely with the WHO on their joint UN initiative for the ‘Decade of Healthy Ageing’

Information Specialists
Anna Noel-Storr
Anna Noel-Storr joined Cochrane in February 2008 as an Information Specialist for the Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group. She is also seconded to the Cochrane Central Executive team where she leads on Cochrane’s crowdsourcing initiative, Cochrane Crowd (crowd.cochrane.org), a citizen science platform where willing contributors can dive into needed tasks aimed at helping to identify and describe health evidence. Anna also works one day per week for the Cochrane Information Specialists Support Team. You can read more about Anna’s work on Google scholar.
Anna Noel_storr

Candida Fenton
Candida has over ten years experience desiging and running searches for systematic reviews and evidence syntheses in clinical and social sciences. She is Information Specialist with Cochrane Dementia 
and Cognitive Improvement Group at the University of Oxford, and also with Cochrane Vascular at the University of Edinburgh. You can see her publications on Google Scholar.

Candida Fenton

Conflict of Interest Declarations