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Centre for Ageing Research

Conducting high quality interdisciplinary research and promoting research-led teaching around ageing, older people and age-related disease that establishes Lancaster University as a leading regional, national and international centre of excellence for ageing research and teaching.

Our research

The impact of global ageing is widely acknowledged as having significant implications for health, society, the economy and policy. This has been recognised in policy, strategy and debate within and across organisations as diverse as the UN, the WHO, the EU as well as national, regional and local governments, public, private and third sectors.

The Centre for Ageing Research at Lancaster University is a University wide centre, bringing an array of disciplines together to work on the challenges of ageing, locally, nationally and internationally. In addition to discipline specific work, the centre includes members with a range of methods expertise including qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods; experimental, intervention and trials design; epidemiology and health economics, all of which can be offered in different combinations to support research in ageing across the university. C4AR also brings expertise in working in a co-creation capacity with patient groups, health and social care practitioners, lay older adults, and with 3rd Sector providers of health and wellbeing support for older adults.

Concerns are being raised about how we can ensure older people experience an active and healthy older age and how we can address the needs of the rising numbers of our 'oldest old' populations (those age 85+) who may make significant demands on our health and welfare systems.

Scientists at Lancaster University are making significant contributions to both early diagnosis and alleviation of some of the worst effects of mental and physiological ageing. Our research work encompasses neuro-degenerative disease (particularly Alzheimer's and Parkinson's), molecular change associated with the ageing process as well as pathological developments associated with disease. We are also working on the design and development of new technologies to support and enhance the health and wellbeing older people and their care-givers.

Importantly, however it is Lancaster's reputation for interdisciplinarity that underpins its strength in the field of Ageing Research. Social scientists at Lancaster are playing an important role in contributing to our understanding of how best to address the needs of older people and their carers in ways that are both proactive and conscious of the need to place dignity, choice and independence at the forefront of care and support for older people.

Whilst this work seeks to answer different sorts of questions to those of bioscience and engineering, it is the strength of this interdisciplinary approach that enables us to gain more detailed insights and offer more effective interventions to support a more successful ageing process.


  • Examples

    Example 1:

    Scientists at Lancaster in partnership with a local NHS Trust have shown that people with Alzheimer's disease have difficulty with one particular type of eye tracking test and this simple test could hold the key to earlier Alzheimer's diagnosis.

    Detailed eye-tracking measurements, taken from Alzheimer's patients and the control group showed stark contrasts in results. Patients with Alzheimer's made errors 10 times more frequently compared to those in the control groups.

    Researchers also measured memory function among those Alzheimer's patients who found the test difficult and were able to show a clear correlation with lower memory function. These new results are potentially very exciting as they demonstrate, for the first time, a connection with the memory impairment that is so often the first noticeable symptom in Alzheimer's disease.


    Example 2:

    In another development, research at Lancaster has discovered that a commonly prescribed diabetes drug could reverse memory loss and the build-up of plaques on the brain linked to Alzheimer's disease. Results from the study, funded by the Alzheimer's Society, show that liraglutide might be able to reverse some of the damage caused by Alzheimer's disease in the later stages of the condition. Developing new drugs from scratch can take many years and cost millions of pounds so repurposing existing drugs as dementia treatments is an incredibly exciting way of bringing new treatments closer.

    These are just two examples of how scientists and social scientists can address common issues from different but equally important perspectives.


  • Objectives
    • To promote and conduct high-quality interdisciplinary research concerning ageing throughout Lancaster University, and beyond to national and international academic, policy, practitioner and older people's networks;
    • To establish a strong international visibility and reputation for ageing research and research-led teaching at Lancaster, that establishes Lancaster as a major international hub for research, scholarship and debate around ageing.
    • To provide a locus for external funding applications for interdisciplinary ageing research.
    • To develop postgraduate training in ageing and ageing research and to provide a major point of attraction for research and taught postgraduates in the field;
    • To develop CPD training on ageing for those tasked with planning and providing care and support for ageing populations across the UK and beyond.
  • Research projects

    Examples of current projects being undertaken by core members of C4AR include:

    FOCUS: Frailty management Optimisation through EIP AHA Commitments and Utilisation of stakeholders input. This EU funded project includes partners across disciplines from 6 different countries working together to critically reduce the burden of frailty in Europe by developing methodologies and tools to assist early diagnosis, screening and management of frailty and to understand the barriers and facilitators to preventing and intervening with frailty from a range of perspectives, from frail older person to EU or National health policy maker. FOCUS Final Report
    Contact: Professor Carol Holland

    Men in Sheds and other gendered interventions for older men
    This report provides a systematic review of the evidence base of Men in Sheds and other gender-specific interventions designed to promote health and wellbeing amongst older men. The final report is now available for downloading.

    EPOCH: The experiences and expectations of older people resident in care homes, their carers and professionals of end of life care and symptom relief needs: a prospective study (with the University of Hertfordshire).
    Contact: Professor Katherine Froggatt

    APPROACH: Analysis and Perspectives of integrated working in Primary care Organizations and Care Homes (with the University of Hertfordshire).
    Contact: Professor Katherine Froggatt

    EFORRT Remote care interventions: ethics, gender and governance of new technologies of elderly care at home (Comparative study with the UK, Netherlands, Norway and Spain).
    Contact Professor Christine Milligan

    NEUROSCREEN: development of biomarkers for dementia in old age.
    Contact: Professor David Allsop

    Ageing, oxidative damage and mitochondrial DNA mutation.
    Contact: Dr David Clancy

    NAD: development of nanoparticles for improved diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's disease (EU- FP7).

    MRC-funded longitudinal study on biomarkers for Parkinson's disease.
    Contact: Professor David Allsop

    The Roles of ACER and Insulin/IGF-like Signalling in the Dietary Moderation of Sleep and Lifespan in Drosophila melanogaster.
    Contact: Dr Sue Broughton

    The usefulness of health and fitness apps of wearable gadgets
    An article written by Dr Emmanuel Tsekleves on the usefulness of health and fitness apps of wearable gadgets, such as Samsung’s Galaxy Gear Android Wear, Fitbit’s Charge Microsoft’s Band and the Apple Watch, published by The Guardian on Monday the 1st of December http://www.theguardian.com/media-network/2014/dec/01/wearable-technology-gadget-christmas-health-fitness

    The design of personalised computer games for aiding stroke survivors with their physiotherapy
    An article published by The Daily Mail on Dr Emmanuel Tsekleves' research work & journal article on the design of personalised computer games for aiding stroke survivors with their physiotherapy. The article contains a quote on the merits of the study from Dr Shamim Quadir, Research Communications Manager at the Stroke Association. The work was also featured in other online media outlets.

    The design of computer games for combating some of the symptoms of Parkinson's
    An article published by The Daily Mirror on Dr Emmanuel Tsekleves’ research work and journal article on the design of computer games for combating some of the symptoms of Parkinson’s. The work was also featured in an article by The Times (page 5 on the Friday 21 November issue). The article included a comment on the merits of the study, by the Parkinson's UK clinical director Professor David Burn. The article became very popular across the UK, in Australia as well as other countries by being featured by major online News outlets, such as Yahoo UK News, BT News, Sky News Australia, The Daily Telegraph Sydney, The Herald Sun and several others.

    Postgraduate Research

    The Centre for Ageing Research provides a vibrant hub for postgraduate activity across the disciplines. More than 28 postgraduate research students are currently affiliated to the Centre. Examples of research projects being undertaken by research students within the Centre include:

    • The role of DNA mutations in ageing
    • Seeking and testing gene targets for delaying ageing
    • Studies on proteins relevant to frontotemporal dementia and motor neuron disease
    • The role of insulin/IGF-like signalling and dietary sugar in ageing and locomotor senescence
    • Narratives of living well with a long term health condition
    • Experiences of older people and their families accessing out-of-hours services
    • Carers' needs and preferred forms of support following a stroke
  • Presentations from Previous Events

    Centre for Ageing Research 'Town & Gown Event' - Lancaster Town Hall, 19th September 2019

    This one day event showcased work from Lancaster University’s Centre for Ageing researchers and partners, touching on themes such as digital innovation in new and existing housing, alternative housing choices, neighbourhoods that are supportive for people with dementia, out of home mobility, active ageing and staying connected, and intergenerational projects. The event featured talks from researchers and linked non-academic organisations who are using new community models and technologies to support healthy ageing.

    Presentations, in PDF format, can be found below:

    Robin Kearns, (University of Auckland), "Older residents' experiences of islandness, identity and precarity: Ageing on Waiheke Island" | Download the journal article

    Mark Levine, (Lancaster University), Blaine Price, (Open University), "STRETCH: Socio-Technical Resilience for Enhancing Targeted Community Healthcare" | Download the presentation

    Niall Hayes, (Lancaster University), "Accessible digital services for older adults" | Download the presentation

    Melissa Fernandez Arrigoitia, (Lancaster University), "The benefits of mutuality: women, ageing and health in the Older Women's Cohousing Group" | Download the presentation

    Janet Ross-Mills, "Experiences from Co-housing" | Download the presentation

    Caroline Swarbrick, (Lancaster University), "Open Doors: Stories from a very different Salford" | Download the presentation

    Shirley Hall, "ExtraCare villages; Intergenerational activities in retirement housing" | Download the presentation

    Carol Holland, (Lancaster University), "Health, Wellbeing and Resilience in Retirement Villages" | Download the presentation

    Sarah Campbell, (University of Manchester), Andrew Clark, (University of Salford), "Why do neighbourhoods matter to people living with dementia and their families?" | Download the presentation

    Joe Oldman, (Age UK), "Older people's housing: key policy issues" | Download the presentation

    Centre for Ageing Research 'Town & Gown Event' - Lancaster Town Hall, 7th September 2017

    The theme of this year's Town and Gown event was 'Dementia and the Imagination: Arts and Design for Health'. Organised and run by Lancaster University Centre for Ageing Research, it was designed to introduce delegates to some of the most cutting edge research and practice, drawing on knowledge and expertise from the worlds of art and design. From music and theatre to participatory art and design, this event showcased the work of researchers from Lancaster University together with that of their collaborators with backgrounds in health, academia and the voluntary and community sector.

    A series of videos, with accompanying presentations in PDF format, where available, can be found below:

    Christine Milligan, An introduction to the event| Watch the video

    J Keady and H Pusey, "Participatory arts and dementia: an overview from Manchester" | C4AR TAG17 J Keady and H Pusey | Watch the video

    Paul Rodgers, "Disrupting Dementia by Design" | No presentation available | Watch the video

    Emmanuel Tsekleves, "Ageing Playfully" | C4AR TAG17 E Tsekleves | Watch the video

    Robyn Dowlen, "Being ‘in the moment’ with music" | C4AR TAG17 R Dowlen | Watch the video

    Euan Winton, "How can design empower people living with dementia to transform local communities?" | C4AR TAG17 E Winton | Watch the video

    John Killick, No presentation available | Watch the video

    Pam Schweitzer, "Remembering Yesterday, Caring Today: Reminiscence in Dementia Care" | C4AR TAG17 P Schweitzer | Watch the video

    Christine Milligan and Gil Graystone, "A Life More Ordinary: Developing dementia friendly spaces through the arts " | C4AR TAG17 C Milligan and G Graystone | Watch the video

    Garuth Chalfont, "What is Art?" | C4AR TAG17 G Chalfont | Watch the video

    Daniel Carey, No title available | C4AR TAG17 D Carey | Watch the video

    Mary Elliott, No presentation available | Watch the video

    Jimmy O'Donnell, "The Power of Sensory Reminiscence - unlocking creativity within each person" | C4AR TAG17 J ODonnell | Watch the video

    New Initiatives in Careers Health and Enterprise (NICHE) Seminar – 23 February 2017

    A report summarising this NICHE seminar event can be found below.

    NICHE Seminar Report Feb 2017

    Environmental challenges in older age Seminar – 8 December 2016

    The Centre for Ageing Research held a seminar on environmental challenges in older age, including the impact of climate change (floods and heatwaves), and the potential risk of air pollution in the development of dementia.

    Professor Barbara Maher & Professor David Allsop talked about 'Airborne particulate pollution as a potential environmental risk factor for Alzheimer's disease' and Professor Gordon Walker talked about 'Heatwaves, vulnerabilities and climate change: problems for and with care provision for older people'

    Download the presentations:

    C4AR Seminar 08 Dec 2016 - D.Allsop

    C4AR Seminar 08 Dec 2016 - G. Walker

    Non-drug Treatments to Intervene and Prevent Dementia Symposium - 23 June 2016

    Resources from this successful, well-attended event are now available online. The Symposium was held online, using web conferencing technology, affording guest presenters and other 'virtual' delegates the opportunity to contribute to the day.

    Below, you will find all of the presentation videos, which you are free to watch online by clicking each in turn.
    (Please note that the quality of some videos is variable, subject to technical limitations experienced between the University and some of the online presenters).

    An C4AR: Non-drug treatments to intervene and prevent Dementia - Event report is also available.

    Music proves to be a real hit in dementia project

    The Creative Exchange, Ageing Playfully, has been featured on a number of medical news sites, such as News Medical, Medical Express and Medical News Today, in the UK and overseas. The project discovered that creative activities such as designing musical instruments can improve the quality of life of people with dementia.

    More details 

    Dementia Futures 'Town and Gown' Event - 18th September 2015

    In September 2015, the Centre for Ageing Research held its annual Town and Gown event in Lancaster Town Hall. The focus of the event was on Dementia Futures, bringing together academics from the university, clinicians and practitioners, city councillors and members of the public to hear about some of the latest developments in dementia research and practice.  This year saw the addition of a room demonstrating a range of interactive activities used in research that proved a huge success with those attending.

    Download the presentation portfolio: Dementia Futures Presentations

    View the YouTube video of this event

    Palliative Care Research in Care Homes - 14th June 2016

    This seminar aimed to present current international care home research with respect to palliative care for older people. Following the presentations there was an opportunity for discussion and at the end of the day the role of research in care homes was further considered.

    Given the focus of the seminar the event was arranged in partnership with the National Research and development in Care Homes Forum and the International Observatory on End of Life Care.

    Download the seminar report: Funded Research Seminar 2016

    Embodied experiences of stroke in rural areas (7th May 2015)

    Louise Meijering, Assistant Professor in the Department of Demography, Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, talks about the research that she and other colleagues have been conducting on the place-based experiences of older stroke survivors in the Netherlands.

    Download the presentation: Embodied Experiences of Stroke

    C4AR Pathways to Impact Seminar Series Ageing and Health: Breaking Down Boundaries
    Seminar 3: Caring for the oldest old of our populations (10th July 2015)

    As part of the University's 50th Anniversary celebrations, the Centre for Ageing Research held a 'town and gown' event themed around Caring for Our Older Populations on 10th July 2014.

    Download the presentation portfolio: Pathways to Impact: Seminar 3

  • Contact C4AR

    For further information about C4AR, please contact C4AR@LANCASTER.AC.UK or one of the staff members below:

    Professor Carol Holland

    Director of the Centre for Ageing Research (C4AR)



    Louise Tarver

    C4AR Administration Assistant


  • Events

    Ageing and Communities

    Lancaster University Centre for Ageing Research (C4AR) Town and Gown Event

    19th September 2019, Lancaster Town Hall.

    Many of us expect to stay in our current home as we age, while others envisage moving to somewhere that may suit us better, perhaps to be near family, to live in a beautiful rural area we’ve always loved, or to a home more suited to our lifestyle or needs. We may move because we want to downsize (or “rightsize”), need to give up driving, or potentially need some support. We may also care for people living with impairments such as dementia, mobility or sensory difficulties and recognise that our local communities, neighbourhoods and towns could develop in ways that would make them more “age friendly” and in which the different generations could mix better.

    This one day event will showcase work from Lancaster University’s Centre for Ageing researchers and partners, touching on themes such as digital innovation in new and into existing housing, alternative housing choices, neighbourhoods that are supportive for people with dementia, out of home mobility, active ageing and staying connected, and intergenerational projects.

    Timed to coincide with the development of the Health Innovation Campus (HIC) in Bailrigg, and Healthy New Towns like Whyndyke Garden Village, the event will feature talks from researchers and linked non-academic organisations who are using new community models and technologies to support healthy ageing. There will also be a showcase with further information and some examples for you to explore. Come and discover what the future holds, and explore ways to get involved yourself.

    Please see the attached programme for full details.


    Attendance at this one day event is free but places are limited, so you MUST register for a place at this event. 

    To reserve your place to attend please click on the following link:


    Download the programme: C4AR Town & Gown Event 2019

Study with us

Our blended learning courses have an international focus, offering global perspectives at a top 10 UK university. These degrees allow you to balance your work, job and family commitment by studying part-time via e-learning, while offering support from experienced professional and academic teams.

Learn theories in gerontology and ageing, research skills and practice, health and social care systems, social policies in the UK and globally; and gain deeper insights in population ageing, and how to provide better health and care systems to support older people and families.

MSc Ageing (Blended Learning)

In the MSc Ageing, you will take four taught modules online, undertake a research project and complete a 10000-word dissertation with dedicated supervision from the academic team at Lancaster. You will begin your study from a one-week induction academy at Lancaster University.

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Doctoral Programmes in Ageing and Dementia Studies (Blended Learning)

If your aim is to further enhance your understanding of theory, policy and practice, and make an original contribution to knowledge development within the field, our blended learning PhD in Ageing or PhD in Dementia Studies will suit you.

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Doing a PhD in ageing research with C4AR

All our faculty academics welcome enquiries from people interested in doing a self-funded PhD. Please see the Expertise and Research Summaries document to see who might be an appropriate supervisor for your discipline and interest, or email us.

To submit a proposal and apply, please visit this page but we strongly recommend you contact a potential supervisor found in the Expertise and Research Summaries document before doing so.

Staff members

Centre Staff

Carol Holland

Professor Carol Holland

Professor in Ageing

+44 (0)1524 510436
Trevor Crawford

Dr Trevor Crawford

Reader of Neuropsychology

Infancy and Early Development, Perception and Action

+44 (0)1524 593761
Caroline Swarbrick

Dr Caroline Swarbrick

Senior Lecturer in Ageing

+44 (0)1524 594278
Qian Xiong

Dr Qian Xiong

Lecturer in Ageing

+44 (0)1524 510441 C086, C - Floor, Furness College
Louise Tarver

Louise Tarver

Administrative Assistant

+44 (0)1524 594718 Science and Technology

Core Members

David Allsop

+44 (0)1524 592122
Faraz Ahmed

Dr Faraz Ahmed

Lecturer in Health Inequalities

+44 (0)1524 594794
Theo Bampouras

Dr Theo Bampouras

Lecturer in Sports Science (Biomechanics)

+44 (0)1524 593384
Amanda Bingley

+44 (0)1524 592718
Susan Broughton

+44 (0)1524 593710
Christopher Bull

Dr Christopher Bull

Senior Research Associate

Digital Health Group, DSI - Foundations

+44 (0)1524 593222 C51, C - Floor, InfoLab21
Garuth Chalfont

Dr Garuth Chalfont

Research Associate AIM2

+44 (0)1524 594751
David Clancy

+44 (0)1524 592044
Neil Dawson

Dr Neil Dawson

Senior Lecturer

+44 (0)1524 594896 B003, B - Floor, Furness College
Mandy Dillon

Dr Mandy Dillon

Senior Research Development Manager

+44 (0)1524 592541
Fiona Eccles

Clinical Psychology

+44 (0)1524 592807 C038, C - Floor, Furness College
Ian Fletcher

Dr Ian Fletcher

Senior Lecturer, Casual - Course Consultant

Clinical Psychology

+44 (0)1524 593301
Amy Gadoud

Dr Amy Gadoud

Senior Clinical Lecturer in Palliative Medicine

International Observatory on End of Life Care

+44 (0)1524 592943
Christopher Gaffney

Dr Christopher Gaffney

Lecturer in Sports Science

+44 (0)1524 593602
Sumi Helal

Professor Sumi Helal

Chair in Digital Health

Digital Health Group

+44 (0)1524 510307
Bob Lauder

Dr Bob Lauder

Academic Teaching Director for UA92, Senior Lecturer

+44 (0)1524 593561 B056, B - Floor, Furness College
Garik Markarian

Professor Garik Markarian

Casual - Researcher, Emeritus Professor

SCC (Communication Systems)

Ceu Mateus

Professor Ceu Mateus SFHEA

Professor in Health Economics

Centre for Health Inequalities Research

+44 (0)1524 593182
Stephen Milan

Dr Stephen Milan

Partnership Development Manager, Health Engagement and Innovation Team

Work and Health Forum

+44 (0)1524 592755
Christine Milligan

Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre

+44 (0)7939 314552 C054, C - Floor, Furness College
Hazel Morbey

Dr Hazel Morbey

Research Fellow

+44 (0)1524 592729 C085, C - Floor, Furness College
Jasper Palmier-Claus

Dr Jasper Palmier-Claus

Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology

Spectrum Centre for Mental Health Research

+44 (0)1524 592060
Edward Parkin

Dr Edward Parkin

Senior Lecturer

+44 (0)1524 592246
Christopher Plack

Perception and Action

+44 (0)1524 593831 D36, D - Floor, Fylde College
Siobhan Reilly

Dr Siobhan Reilly

Senior Lecturer

Centre for Health Inequalities Research

+44 (0)1524 594367
Jenny Roberts

Jenny Roberts

Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering

+44 (0)1524 593934 D17, D - Floor, Engineering Building
Paul Rodgers

Professor Paul Rodgers

Professor of Design

+44 (0)1524 594520
Jane Simpson

Dr Jane Simpson

Senior Lecturer

+44 (0)1524 592858 C039, C - Floor, Furness College
Sandra-Ilona Sunram-Lea

Professor Sandra-Ilona Sunram-Lea

Casual - Course Consultant, Professor

Perception and Action

+44 (0)1524 593834 D08, D - Floor, Fylde College
Michelle Swainson

Dr Michelle Swainson

Lecturer in Physiology, Casual - Course Consultant

+44 (0)1524 594261 B023, B - Floor, Furness College
Michelle To

Perception and Action

+44 (0)1524 593832
Emmanuel Tsekleves

Dr Emmanuel Tsekleves

Senior Lecturer

DSI - Health, ImaginationLancaster, Work and Health Forum

+44 (0)1524 510794
Sandra Varey

Dr Sandra Varey

Research Fellow, Senior Research Associate (Qualitative)

+44 (0)1524 592432 C083, C - Floor, Furness College
Catherine Walshe

Professor Catherine Walshe

Professor, Head of Department

International Observatory on End of Life Care

+44 (0)1524 510124 C052, C - Floor, Furness College
Jessica Wang

Infancy and Early Development, Perception and Action

+44 (0)1524 593676
Lara Warmelink

Dr Lara Warmelink

Lecturer - Security Lancaster

Cyber Security Research Centre (Psychology), Security Lancaster, Security Lancaster (Academic Centre of Excellence), Security Lancaster (Behavioural Science), Social Processes

+44 (0)1524 593220 D05a, D - Floor, Fylde College

University Associates

Sarah Allinson

Dr Sarah Allinson

Senior Lecturer, Casual - Course Consultant

+44 (0)1524 593922
Plamen Angelov

Centre for Technological Futures , Cyber Security Research Centre (Data), DSI - Foundations, Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre, SCC (Data Science), Security Lancaster, Security Lancaster (Academic Centre of Excellence), Security Lancaster (Cyber Security)

+44 (0)1524 510391
Gavin Brookes

Dr Gavin Brookes

Senior Research Associate

Susan Cartwright

People, Work and Organisation

+44 (0)1524 592430
Robert Davies

Dr Robert Davies

Senior Lecturer

Language and Cognition

+44 (0)1524 593470
Peter Diggle

Professor Peter Diggle

Distinguished Professor

DSI - Health

+44 (0)1524 593957
Penny Foulds

Dr Penny Foulds


John Goodacre

Professor John Goodacre

Emeritus Professor

Work and Health Forum

+44 (0)1524 592775
Simon Guy

Professor Simon Guy

Professor, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Global (Digital, International, Sustainability & Development)

+44 (0)1524 594090
Andrew Harding

Dr Andrew Harding

Senior Research Associate

+44 (0)1524 592847
Niall Hayes

Professor Niall Hayes

Professor of Information and Organisation

Centre for Technological Futures , DSI - Society, Technology, Systems and Organisation

+44 (0)1524 510962 B31, B - Floor, Charles Carter Building
Thomas Jaki

Professor Thomas Jaki

Professor in Statistics

DSI - Health, Medical and Pharmaceutical Statistics Research Unit, Medical and Social Statistics, STOR-i Centre for Doctoral Training

+44 (0)1524 592318 B29, B - Floor, Fylde College
Thomas Keegan

Dr Thomas Keegan

Director of PG Research and Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology

+44 (0)1524 594539 C039, C - Floor, Furness College
Joanne Knight

Professor Joanne Knight

Chair in Applied Data Science

DSI - Health

+44 (0)1524 594800 B006, B - Floor, Furness College
Mark Levine

Professor Mark Levine

Professor of Social Psychology

Cyber Security Research Centre (Psychology)

+44 (0)1524 594437
Sally Linkenauger

Dr Sally Linkenauger

Senior Lecturer

Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre, Perception and Action, Security Lancaster, Security Lancaster (Behavioural Science)

+44 (0)1524 593217
Anna Mackenzie

Dr Anna Mackenzie

Deputy Head of Events

+44 (0)1524 510808
Peter McClintock

Professor Peter McClintock

Research Professor, Emeritus Professor

DSI - Health, Low Temperature Physics, Nonlinear and Biomedical Physics

+44 (0)1524 593073 C506, C - Floor, Physics Building
Barbara Maher

Centre for Biophotonics, Earth Science, Innovation for a better environment, Sustainable Catchments, Understanding a changing planet

+44 (0)1524 510268
Corinne May-Chahal

Centre for Child and Family Justice Research, Centre for Gender and Women's Studies, Security Lancaster, Security Lancaster (Violence & Society)

+44 (0)1524 594104
Padraic Monaghan

+44 (0)1524 593813
Maggie Mort

Centre for Gender and Women's Studies, Centre for Science Studies

+44 (0)1524 594077
Vincent O'Sullivan

Economics Research Group, Labour, Education and Health Economics

+44 (0)1524 593174
Don Passey

Professor Don Passey

Professor, Casual - Course Consultant

Centre for Social Justice and Wellbeing in Education, Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning

+44 (0)1524 592314
Sheila Payne

International Observatory on End of Life Care

+44 (0)1524 593701 C050, C - Floor, Furness College
Paul Rayson

Dr Paul Rayson

Reader in Natural Language Processing

Cyber Security Research Centre (Data), DSI - Foundations, DSI - Health, Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre, SCC (Data Science), Security Lancaster, Security Lancaster (Academic Centre of Excellence), UCREL - University Centre for Computer Corpus Research on Language

+44 (0)1524 510357 B50, B - Floor, Infolab
Rachael Rigby

Dr Rachael Rigby

Senior Lecturer

+44 (0)1524 593420
Mark Rouncefield

ISF Past Fellows, SCC (Pervasive Systems)

+44 (0)1524 510305 D12, D - Floor, Infolab
Jo Rycroft-Malone

Professor Jo Rycroft-Malone

Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Health and Medicine

+44 (0)1524 593440
Yakubu Salifu

International Observatory on End of Life Care

+44 (0)1524 593308
Corina Sas

ISF Past Fellows, SCC (Pervasive Systems)

+44 (0)1524 510318 C55, C - Floor, InfoLab21
John Schad

Creative-Critical Writing, Literature and Religion, Literature, the Arts, Media and Performance

+44 (0)1524 592234
Elena Semino

DisTex - Discourse and Text Research Group, ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science, ISF Fellows 2019/20, Research Group in Cognitive Linguistics , UCREL - University Centre for Computer Corpus Research on Language

+44 (0)1524 594176
Vicky Singleton

Professor Vicky Singleton

Professor in Science and Technology Studies

Centre for Gender and Women's Studies, Centre for Science Studies

+44 (0)1524 592499
Kate Slade

Kate Slade

Research Associate

John Towse

Cyber Security Research Centre (Psychology), Language and Cognition, Security Lancaster, Security Lancaster (Academic Centre of Excellence), Security Lancaster (Behavioural Science)

+44 (0)1524 593705
Aneta Stefanovska

DSI - Health, Nonlinear and Biomedical Physics

+44 (0)1524 592784 C507, C - Floor, Physics Building
Gordon Walker

Critical Geographies, DEMAND - Dynamics of Energy, Mobility and Demand, Improving global stewardship, Innovation for a better environment

+44 (0)1524 510256
Ian Walker

Centre for Productivity & Efficiency, DSI - Society, Economics Research Group, Gulf One Lancaster Centre for Economic Research, Labour, Education and Health Economics

+44 (0)1524 592055
Chris Walton

Social Processes

+44 (0)1524 593858 C07, C - Floor, Fylde College
Gert Westermann

Infancy and Early Development, Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre, Language and Cognition

+44 (0)1524 592942 D09, D - Floor, Fylde College