Lynne Cox is a biogerontologist at the University of Oxford and is head of the lab of Ageing and Cell Senescence at the Department of Biochemistry. Her lab studies the molecular biology of basic ageing processes, trying to understand which underlying biological changes are responsible for age-related poor health and multimorbidity. She has a special interest in identifying drivers of cell senescence and testing possible interventions with the aim of improving later life health. In Oxford, she co-runs the Oxford Ageing Network, is on the strategy group of the Ageing Research Collaborative Hub, and is senior member of the student Society of Ageing and Longevity. She is also co-chair of the EU Geriatric Medicine Society special interest group on ageing biology, and sits on the strategic advisory board of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Longevity.
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