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Melanie Brock Sep 20
Japan just gets older and older with 15.73 million men over 65 and 20.44 million women. Wow. 🇯🇵🧑🏻‍🦳
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Nuffield Council on Bioethics Oct 8
We are looking for a Research Officer to join our wonderful team on a six-month post. The RO will be involved in the early stage of our new in-depth inquiry into . The application deadline is 12 October.
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Nir Eynon Sep 24
Based on comprehensive DNA methylation analyses of more then 900! human muscles, my postdoc Sarah Voisin created an open-access, user-friendly, interactive web-based tool, called MetaMet for changes in Epigenetics markers with age
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British Gerontology Oct 1
International Day of Older Persons is the opportunity we all need to reflect on the valuable role of in understanding & later life. There's no better place to start than with our brilliant Ageing Issues blog:
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UNFPA East and Southern Africa Oct 1
Today is . COVID19 amplifies the vulnerabilities of older persons. UNFPA looks into a life-cycle approach to
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Michael Ristow, MD Oct 8
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Debora Price Oct 10
WHO new portal for global data on the and wellbeing of older people
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Frontiers in Neuroscience Oct 11
New Research: Aging of the Vascular System and Neural Diseases: Vertebrates have acquired complex high-order functions facilitated by the dispersion of vascular and neural networks to every corner of the body. Blood vessels deliver…
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Frontiers in Neuroscience Oct 11
New Research: Interleukin-17A: The Key Cytokine in Neurodegenerative Diseases: Neurodegenerative diseases are characterized by the loss of neurons and/or myelin sheath, which deteriorate over time and cause dysfunction. Interleukin…
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Eugenio Zucchelli Oct 10
My joint work with Xueyan Zhao (Monash) and Mark Harris (Curtin) "Ageing Workforces, Ill‐health and Multi‐state Labour Market Transitions" is now available in early view at the Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
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Cait Robinson Sep 11
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Kaveh Zahedi Sep 17
Our world is at risk, facing pressures on many fronts. But most of the risks stem from human activities and can be tempered by human choices. So where do we go from here?
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UNFPA Eastern Europe & Central Asia Oct 1
Putting 's needs and dignity front and center is a human rights imperative, especially during . It is also key for strengthening in the face of rapid population . Watch 's full statement!
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Positive Ageing Sep 28
Great piece by emphasising that is NOT an inevitable part of It is so important to get this message across. Negative attitudes to ageing undermine health and wellbeing.
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Nicole Coull Sep 30
My first PhD paper has finally been published in 🎉 Free open access:
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CADR Sep 28
Join us for the FREE WEBINAR on Ageing in a Digital World! It’s time to start the conversation about how important it is to consider why a digital-centred world doesn’t work for everyone, and what we can do to promote digital inclusivity.
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MFT Research and Innovation Oct 7
We're pleased to see , Director of – hosted by – has been appointed Chair of the new inquiry into The inquiry will explore the ethics of science & tech in helping people live well in old age 👇
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अद्वैता काला #StayHome 😷 Sep 11
Today is 9/11 and my interns have no recollection of it or the Parliament Attack that took place in the same year.
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 Oct 11
"Older women are more exposed to social isolation and economic exclusion – but this can be changed earlier in their lives."
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RASP_ageing 18h
Giving visibility to relevant topics in : Gender, Widowhood and Female Solidarity: A Study on Female Friendships for Aged Widows by Sayendri Panchadhyayi is just out . More on:
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