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University of Stirling

Wednesday 6th - Friday 8th July 2016


Swansea University

Wednesday 5th - Friday 7th July 2017

The BSG is the leading UK organisation
aiming to enhance knowledge about
ageing and later life.

Future of Ageing Research, November 11th 2015

Keynote Speakers Include:

  •  Anna Dixon, CEO of the Centre for Ageing Better - Developing the contribution of the Centre for Ageing Better
  • Professor Alan Walker, University of Sheffield - Learning from the Research Council Programmes, expectations and realities: Growing Older and New Dynamics of Ageing
  • Joy Todd, Strategic Lead for Health and Human Behaviour Research at ESRC Following ‘Life-long Health and Well-being’: where next for RCUKs
  • James Pickett (Alzheimer’s Society); Jackie Marshall-Balloch (Innovate UK); Sarah Harper (Foresight on Ageing Lead) - Outside the Research Councils: priorities for the future
  •  Professor Janet Finch, REF Panel C lead - Reflecting on REF 2014: Issues for Ageing Research Publications, Environment and Impact
  • David Sinclair, CEO ILC-UK and Caroline Abrahams, Charity Director Age UK – Improving the impact  of gerontological research: perspectives on the ‘future of ageing research’ from the NGOs

The full programme is available from Rachel Hazelwood.


Please contact Rachel Hazelwood if you have any questions.

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