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Videos of graduted PhD students within NEAR

2019-11-11

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 University.

 

 

Davide Liborio Vetrano, PhD, MD. Thesis title: “Impact of cardivascular and neuropsychiatric multimorbidity on older adults’ health”. Davide defended his thesis May 13, 2019 at Karolinska Institutet.

 

 

Kuan-Yu Pan, PhD. Thesis title: “Impact of psychosocial working conditions on health in older age”. Kuan-Yu defended his thesis June 5, 2019 at Karolinska Institutet.

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NEAR Scientific Workshop on Zoom, 23 of September

2020-09-08

We are happy to announce that NEAR will hold its second workshop 23d of September online. You are more than welcome to participate! Link to Zoom meeting: https://ki-se.zoom.us/j/62280692747   Welcome to the second NEAR Workshop, at 13:00–15:00 Chair:Debora Rizzuto, NEAR Scientific Coordinator, Assistant professor in epidemiology   13:00–13:15 Welcome and update Laura Fratiglioni, Professor at KI, […]

Ingmar Skoog critizises the Coronavirus recommendations for 70+ individuals in Sweden

2020-09-01

The NEAR steering group member Ingmar Skoog, Gothenburg University, criticizes the maintained recommendations for 70+ individuals in Sweden, put forward by the Swedish public health authority. He opines that those showing no symptoms should be allowed to live by the same rules as the rest of the population, i.e. wash hands and keep distance. See […]

Grant for COVID-19 research on the elderly

2020-07-04

The Swedish Research Council has decided on grants regarding the call för COVID-19 research. NEAR’s Director Laura Fratiglioni received 1.68 MSEK för her application into “Indirect damage of COVID-19 in the elderly: short-term and long-term health effects of the outbreak of the epidemic” Read more