Dr Adam Roche

Geriatrics Registrar and Lecturer Registrar in Global Brain Health
St James's Hospital and Trinity College Dublin

Adam received his medical school training from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and subsequently completed Basic Specialist Training in General Internal Medicine in Beaumont Hospital and Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown in Dublin. He went on to hold posts as a Clinical Lecturer in Medicine in RCSI and Registrar in Geriatric Medicine. His subsequent qualifications include the MRCPI in General Medicine and a Professional Diploma in Clinical Leadership with RCSI.

His current role is as Lecturer Registrar in Global Brain Health in the Global Brain Health Insitute, Trinity College Dublin and Mercer's Insitute of Successful Ageing at St. James's Hospital, Dublin. He is currently completely his Medical Doctorate (MD) with the School of Medicine in Trinity investigating of sensory function and its relationship with cognitive and non-cognitive symptoms in dementia with Lewy bodies.