Projects and groups
Providing a hub for the University's ageing research allows us to showcase some of the exciting projects being undertaken.
Below you will find more information about some of the flagship research projects we're currently supporting.
Our work is exploring the consequences that the emigration of the younger generation has for the older generation.
We're helping to combat social isolation in Greater Manchester with this £10 million programme of research.
Our research is examining the causal processes relating to frailty and wellbeing at older ages.
We're seeking to understand how blue and green public space influences health and wellbeing.
Our global network is committed to promoting active ageing in urban environments.
We're examining the pressures facing older people in areas subject to economic decline.
We're seeking to understand older people as sexual and intimate citizens.
Our research aims to understand memory problems within South Asian communities in the UK.
This project aims to use mobile technology to create solutions that can help older adults to become more active in everyday life.
We're investigating how people cope with some of the adverse aspects of ageing.
Our research is seeking to explore how sexual and intimate relationships affect ageing.
Social exclusion has been identified as a major issue facing older people.
Our work aims to develop new tools that could optimise health and social care budgets across Europe.
We're sharing learning and developing policy for age-friendly cities.
This project examines how inequalities across the life course relate to paid work in later life in the UK.
We're seeking to understand what impact ageing has on choices regarding work and retirement.