Hilary 2021 Seminar Series – Perspectives on Global Ageing
Thursday 11 February 2021, 14:00 – 15:00 GMT
Care provision in industrialized countries has been commonly considered women’s work. Yet we now see a rapidly emerging group of carers, men who combine parental caregiving with their employment, thereby exposing themselves to the same life-course and health risks so well-documented for working women who provide care. In Japan, the quitting of employment due to family care by 100,000 workers annually triggered a 2015 government initiative aimed at reforming work to make work and care compatible. Read more
Connecting Cutting Edge Capabilities in Ageing Research and Computational Medicine
Thursday 11 February 2021, 13:00 – 16:00 GMT
Due to success of modern evidence-based medicine, the aged population in the developed world is rising rapidly, and although more people live longer – a large part of these extra years are spent in poor health. Ageing is in and of itself not classified as a disease, but the underlying biological changes result in the increased risk of developing a complex plethora of morbidities. Read more
External event: This event is organized by the Herczeg Institute on Aging at Tel Aviv University in collaboration with the University of Southern Denmark and Oxford University.
New Perspectives on Lifespan Inequality Webinar and Open Discussion
Thursday, January 21st 202116:00–19:00 Israel Time | 14:00-17:00 GMT | 15:00-18:00 CET | 9:00–12:00 EST
To continue the brilliant Living Longer Better online seminar series by Dr Rob Salguero-Gomez we have Professor Sarah Harper CBE on “Achieving Healthy Life Expectancy for all” This seminar will be recorded.
The seminar will be via Zoom on Monday 30 November at 11am. Zoom log in details below:
Meeting ID: 825 9216 6179
The 2020 Aging and Sleep International Virtual Meeting, organized by the IASRG (International Association of Sleep Research on Gerontology), will be held from November 9-12. Read more
“Living Longer Better” Seminar Series by Dr Irem Sepil
Monday 28 September 12pm BST (GMT +1) Read more