Welcome to the REVERT project

The reversible dementia project (REVERT)

A cross-border research project to improve care and quality of life for patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus

What is the REVERT project?

Learn more about the reversible dementia project

What is Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus?

What is NPH and how is it diagnosed? Learn more about the condition

Who is involved in the project?

Learn about the collaboration between the hospitals, universities and software company involved in the project

Get in touch with the team

Do you have questions or feedback? Is there something else you'd like to tell us? Let us know on our contact page

"The REVERT project is a culmination of decades of work done in Cambridge under the leadership of Professor John Pickard and Professor Marek Czosnyka, and by Dr Olivier Balédent from the University of Picardie Jules Verne in Amiens, in close collaboration with other experts from around the world."

Dr Peter Smielewski
Project Lead, University of Cambridge
Beaker representing hydrocephalus diagnosis and treatment with brain and CSF drainage, and text showing Care and support, diagnostics, treatment
Image credit: Ève Barlier
REVERT Interreg logo with EU flag and dark blue text

Funded by the European Regional Development Fund

The Reversible Dementia Project (REVERT) will be funded from October 2020 until June 2023 with a total budget of €3.5m, of which €2.4m is being funded by the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund) via the Interreg France (Channel) England Programme.​