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Centre for Research on Ageing

University Strategic Research Group

The University of Southampton Strategic Research Group on Ageing and Lifelong Health, promotes internationally excellent inter-disciplinary research within the field of ageing by strengthening the existing research in the university and fostering new collaborations.

The University of Southampton Strategic Research Group on Ageing and Lifelong Health, promotes internationally excellent inter-disciplinary research within the field of ageing by strengthening the existing research in the university and fostering new collaborations.

 

Research in the UK has changed dramatically in recent years, and the need to address today’s big societal issues is a strategic focus for universities, government, research councils, business and industry. In order to tackle these issues, the University has established University Strategic Research Groups (USRGs) to develop cross-Faculty, multi-disciplinary initiatives. Focusing on themes that build on our current areas of expertise, the USRGs address key national and international priority research areas, including climate change, energy, the ageing population, high-tech crime and lifestyle diseases.

USRG Ageing and lifelong health

Chairs of the University of Southampton's Strategic Research Group for Ageing and Lifelong Health: Chair: Professor Maria Evandrou, Co-Chair: Professor Avan Aihie Sayer

Multidisciplinary Research Coordinator for the group: Alison Simmance

The group promotes internationally excellent inter-disciplinary research within the field of ageing by strengthening the existing research base in the university and fostering new collaborations. For more information, please visit the Ageing and Lifelong Health USRG page.

 

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