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Ministry of Health - Romania
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Type of institution
Ministry of Health-MoH is one of the providers for the research funds in Romania and it currently runs different national programs including the program on ageing-"The National Program on Geriatrics". The funds concerning ageing issues aim mainly to support the activities of the National Institute of Gerontology and Geriatrics "Ana Aslan"- INGG Ana Aslan, the world's first Gerontology Institute, located in Bucharest since 1956 (The Institute was created by the Professor Aslan and it has been made a huge impact in Geriatrics with the discovery and use of her creation, Gerovital-H3®, which is widely accredited as the first modern anti-ageing drug).
Main research areas
The INGG Ana Aslan research topics are mainly in molecular biology, pharmacology and clinical research-mainly linked with Gerovital-Aslavital, and social gerontology.
There are also components ageing research related, that can be identified in other national programs funded by MoH.