Dr Shibley Rahman
Academic in living well in dementia
Dr Shibley Rahman primarily graduated from Cambridge in medicine. In his Ph.D. on dementia at Cambridge, he established the cognitive explanation for the presentation of patients with the behavioural variant of frontotemporal dementia, working closely with Prof John Hodges. As a keen research ambassador, he has published numerous peer-reviewed papers on cognition in neurodegenerative disease in well respected international journals. As part of his junior medical training, he worked on the cognitive disorders and dementia firm of the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery at Queen Square. His first book on dementia, “Living well with dementia”, was published in January 2014 to critical acclaim. His second book on further aspects of English and global policy is due to be published in July 2015. Finally, Dr Rahman is further trained at postgraduate level in English and international law and in business management. He therefore has a keen interest in service provision.