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Institute for Ageing and Health (IAH)Research Funder/Centre

Type of institution

Research centre

Website

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/iah/

Description

The IAH offers a stimulating environment for training and education in basic science, translational medicine and clinical trials. There is a varied academic seminar series, plus other more specialist journal clubs and discussion forums, which cover all aspects of our work.


The research focus of the IAH is ageing and age-related disease and this is relevant to all of us. Thanks to substantial recent investment from national and international funders, the IAH has a momentum that makes it an exciting and stimulating place to be. Our vision and challenge is to translate these precious resources into patient, societal and economic benefits.

Aims


The Institute for Ageing and Health (IAH) was founded in 1994 and the vision today remains that of understanding the ageing process and disease mechanisms, and to translate our internationally recognised scientific research excellence and knowledge into healthcare benefits for people in the global community

Main research areas

Ageing and age-related disease

Research disciplines

Basic natural sciences,Medical/Clinical Sciences/Nursing

Contact

Deborah Little

Address

Newcastle University
Campus for Ageing and Vitality
Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle upon Tyne
United Kingdom
NE4 5PL

Telephone

0191 248 1302

Email

d.c.k.little@ncl.ac.uk

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