NEAR’s Project coordinator Debora Rizzuti and Database manager Alexander Darin Mattsson participated in “Optimising Multistudy Integrative Research”, a conference held at the Wellcome Genome Center, Cambridge, UK at 18-20 September. Themes ranged from approaches for multistudy analyses, to challenges and solutions related to heterogeneity, data sharing, and measurement harmonization. Researchers from several prominent programmes like IALSA, ATHLOS and IGEMS shared experiences and presented their results.
NEAR will arrange a scientific workshop close to Stockholm on Wednesday–Thursday, 23–24 September. More information will follow shortly.
Stina Ek, PhD. Thesis title: “Predictors and consequences of injurious falls among older adults: a holistic approach”. Stina defended her thesis Oct 25, 2019 at Karolinska Institutet. Johan Rehnberg, PhD. Thesis title: “Inequalities in life and death: income and mortality in an aging population”. Johan defended his thesis May 27, 2019 at Stockholm […]
We are happy to announce that NEAR will host its first symposium with the title: “NEAR – the National E-infrastructure on Aging Research in Sweden: Building on 30 Years of Experience to Prepare for Future Aging Research” at the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics European Region Congress, May 2019 […]