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Journal of Population Ageing | New Issue Alert

We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Population Ageing Volume 14, Issue 1 is now available online. In this Special Issue on Active Ageing Index:  Editorial notes b...


Birth bust | Sarah Harper in The Telegraph

Professor Sarah Harper comments on the impact of Covid-19 on declining birth rates in an article published in The Telegraph. "Because this pandemic has largely killed older adults...


Impact of Covid-19 on birth rates | Sarah Harper

Professor Sarah Harper discussed the impact of Covid-19 on declining birth rates and a significant fall in population size across the UK in a series of interviews with media over the past...


New publication | IARU-ALH Position Statement

Position statement by Sarah Harper, Jaco Hoffman et al.  - Societal Need for Interdisciplinary Ageing Research: An International Alliance of Research Universities “Ageing, Longevity...


Alzheimer’s research challenge winner | Ruth Itzhaki

Ruth Itzhaki, Visiting Professorial Fellow at the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing and Professor Emeritus of Molecular Neurobiology, University of Manchester, received the Alzgerm Qu...


Journal of Population Ageing | New Issue Alert

We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Population Ageing Volume 13, Issue 4 is now available online. In this issue:  Editorial notes by Sarah Harper - Th...


House of Lords Ageing Report

The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee has published a report into healthy ageing, following an in-depth inquiry. “The Committee found that the Government needs to urgently ad...


How co-living communities will replace our empty offices | Sarah Harper

Looking at the future of work, Professor Sarah Harper predicts that 2021 will see people “work and socialise in connected local communities”, with former office spaces & retail...


Nuffield Council appoints members of working group on the future of ageing

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has appointed members to the working group of its latest in-depth inquiry into the future of ageing, which will examine ethical questions in relation to the role o...


Covid-19 deaths can be reduced by up to 93 per cent if over-55s only socialise with people in their own age group | Comments by Sarah Harper

Professor Sarah Harper comments in MailOnline on the research findings of a new study looking at the idea of minimising the death rate from coronavirus by restricting people from mee...


The Jerusalem Declaration on Ageing 2020

Contemporary human society faces unprecedented forces that will strongly effect the future. One major such force is the accelerated ageing of populations. This is driven by two interacting componen...


Journal of Tourism Analysis | Adela Balderas

The Institute is pleased to announce that Dr Adela Balderas has been appointed Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Tourism Analysis as of January 2021.  Adela is a Researh...


Covid’s second coming: how did Britain get back in this mess?

Professor Sarah Harper comments on Covid’s long-term impact on patienst in an article published in The Observer.     “People have taken on board health in...


New Publication

New publication by Adela Balderas-Cejudo and George W Leeson- Gastronomic tourism and the senior foodies market in Gastronomy and Food Science, 1st Edition Gas...


2020 MSFHR Scholars | Teddy Cosco

The Institute is delighted to announce that Theodore D Cosco has been named amongst the 2020 MSFHR Scholar award recipients who are advancing science, addressing health priorities, a...