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Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing (MICRA)
University of Manchester

At the Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing based within the University of Manchester, we undertake cross-disciplinary and collaborative research to address the challenges posed by our ageing populations across the world.

Ageing is a research priority for the University of Manchester, with more than 300 researchers actively engaged in research into ageing across the biological, medical, physical and social sciences, the arts and humanities. Established in 2010, the Institute is especially renowned for our research into public health and care, biological mechanisms of ageing, ageing well in the face of complex morbidities, urban ageing, technology and ageing, work and retirement, and data science and analytics for an ageing population. Wider needs to understand ageing in a global context and unequal ageing in an unequal world underpin our research programmes.

Contact Details:
Debora Price (Director)
debora.price@manchester.ac.uk
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University of Manchester
Oxford Road , Manchester, M13 9PL
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