We are committed to the development of strategic partnerships with businesses, industry and the not-for-profit sector that will enhance impactful research and high quality funded research. We are also open to strategic collaborations with high quality academic establishments that will enhance opportunities for large-scale funded projects, DTCs and staff exchanges.
The three main clusters of research cut across areas of biological, social and psychological ageing and include experts in:
- rehabilitation after cancer and stroke,
- biomechanics and falls,
- cellular and molecular biology of ageing,
- sociology and psychology of loneliness,
- financial and elder abuse,
- ageing with alcohol,
- ethnic ageing and driving cessation,
- mid life risk factors for cognitive decline in old age, and
- posterior cortical atrophy.
Please contact us and visit our Business pages to find out about collaborating with our experts.