Research Interests & Publications
Zerafa, N. & Scerri, C. 2016, "Knowledge and pharmacological management of Alzheimer's disease by managing community pharmacists: a nationwide study", International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, vol. 38, pp. 1416-1424.
Scerri, A., Innes, A. & Scerri, C. 2015, "Discovering what works well: exploring quality dementia care in hospital wards using an appreciative inquiry approach", Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol. 24, no. 13-14, pp. 1916-1925.
Caruana-Pulpan, O. & Scerri, C. 2014, "Practices in diagnosis, disclosure and pharmacotherapeutic management of dementia by general practitioners - a national survey", Aging & Mental Health, vol. 18, pp. 179-186.
Scerri, A. & Scerri, C. 2013, "Nursing students' knowledge and attitudes towards dementia - A questionnaire survey", Nurse Education Today, vol. 33, pp. 962-968.
Vassallo, N. & Scerri, C. 2013, "Mediterranean diet and dementia of the Alzheimer type", Current Aging Science, , pp. 150-162.
Caruana, M., Neuner, J., Hogen, T., Schmidt, F., Kamp, F., Scerri, C., Giese, A. & Vassallo, N. 2012, "Polyphenolic compounds are novel neuroprotective agents against lipid membrane damage by ?-synuclein in vitro", Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, vol. 1818, pp. 2502-2510.
Scerri, C., Stewart, C., Balfour, D.J.K. & Breen, K. 2012, "Nicotine modifies in vivo and in vitro rat hippocampal amyloid precursor protein processing in young but not old rats", Neuroscience Letters, vol. 514, pp. 22-26.
Gauci, A.J., Caruana, M., Giese, A., Scerri, C. & Vassallo, N. 2011, "Identification of polyphenolic compounds and black tea extract as potent inhibitors of lipid membrane destabilization by Abeta42 aggregates", Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, vol. 27, pp. 767-779.
Innes, A., Abela, S. & Scerri, C. 2011, "The organisation of dementia care by families in Malta: the experiences of family caregivers", Dementia, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 165-184.
Scerri, C., Stewart, C.A., Breen, K. & Balfour, D.J.K. 2006, "The effects of chronic nicotine on spatial learning and bromodeoxyuridine incorportation into the dentate gyrus of the rat", Psychopharmacology, vol. 184, pp. 540-546.