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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.

Welcome

With the increasing older population and rising numbers of the “oldest old”, much of C4AR research focuses on how we can ensure older people experience an active and healthy older age and how we can “compress morbidity” so that periods of poor health in later life start later. In this way, our healthy lifespan becomes closer to our actual lifespan. This will have significant impacts on us all as individuals as we age, but also on those who care for us and the costs for our health and social care systems.

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.
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Our research

Scientists working in C4AR at Lancaster University are making significant contributions to both early diagnosis and alleviation of some of the worst effects of psychological and physiological ageing, ranging from lab based biomedical advances to approaches to care in the community, in long term care homes and hospitals. 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, development and implementation 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 prevention, dignity, choice and independence at the forefront of care and support for older people.

It is the important strength of our interdisciplinary approach that enables us to gain more detailed insights and offer more effective interventions to support a more successful ageing process.

One Page Outlines of Research Interests

Read about all the research happening at the Centre for Ageing Research by associated staff in our C4AR Members - Outlines of Research Document.

Tab Content: Current Examples of Research

Example 1

Researchers in Lancaster’s Neuroscience of Speech and Action Laboratory are working on a longitudinal study on the impact of social isolation during COVID-19 on hearing and memory in older and younger adults in the UK.

In the COVID-19 Social Hearing Study, Dr Kate Slade, Dr Helen Nuttall, and Professor Chris Plack seek to understand the impact of isolation, and changes to communication and social interactions occurring during the COVID-19 pandemic on hearing and memory ability across younger and older adults. Many health concerns become more prevalent in later life, including hearing loss, social isolation, and memory declines and importantly, many of these health concerns are inter-related; for example, both hearing loss and social isolation are internationally recognised as risk factors for dementia.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, social interactions changed massively, these changes were more significant for older adults, many of whom were asked to shield or isolate, reducing in-person social interactions drastically. This study investigates whether older adults' hearing and memory functions have been disproportionately affected during the pandemic, compared to younger adults.

Study information: https://osf.io/6fq9g
Laboratory website http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/nosalab/research-projects/covid-19-and-the-brain/

Example 2

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.

Watch a TV interview with Professor Trevor Crawford talking about this research (YouTube).

Example 3

An Observational Cohort Study of Longitudinal Impacts on Frailty and Well-Being of COVID-19 Lockdowns on Older Adults in England and Spain.

To reduce the spread of COVID-19, the governments initiated a country-wide lockdown, limiting mobility and social interactions of the population. Lockdown is linked to health issues, yet the full impact on health remains unknown, particularly in more vulnerable groups. This study examined the impact of lockdown on frailty and outcomes in high and low COVID-19 risk older adults. We examined health-related behaviours and support resources participants used during lockdown(s).

We recruited a total of 70 participants (aged >70) in England and Spain. Participants were allocated to higher or lower COVID-19 risk groups based on UK NHS guidelines. Participants completed assessments for frailty, quality of life, loneliness, exercise frequency, social interaction, coping resources, and perception of environmental age-friendliness on four occasions over a 7-month period.

Frailty was highest when lockdown restrictions were at the most severe and lowest when restrictions were at their lowest. Frailty was also significantly higher in the Spanish cohort. This change over time was mirrored by perceptions of environmental age-friendliness. Coping resources did not mitigate changes in frailty or outcomes over time but increases in physical activity predicted a reduction in frailty. Lockdown(s) negatively impacted frailty, and therefore increased the risk of adverse effects for older adults, but recovery once lockdown eased was evidence, but the extent of the recovery, and how it compares to pre-lockdown frailty levels remains unknown. Further research is required to consider the longer-term impacts of lockdown and methods to mitigate these adverse effects.

Related paper: https://doi.org/10.1111/hsc.13735

Example 4

Prehabilitation is a term used to describe exercise, nutrition, and psycho-social interventions that are used typically before surgery. Work from Dr Chris Gaffney’s lab (Lancaster Medical School) is examining the benefits and mechanisms of prehabilitation for patients with colorectal, liver, and pancreatic cancer. They are interested in how prehabilitation can modify clinical outcomes such as surgical complication rates or length of hospital stay but also changes in physiology. These include changes in cardiovascular performance or changes in skeletal (movement) muscles that can determine our health and well-being.

Related paper: https://journals.lww.com/annalsofsurgery/Abstract/2021/07000/The_Impact_of_Prehabilitation_on_Patient_Outcomes.17.aspx

Example 5

Work led by Dr Ed Parkin (Biomedical and Life Sciences) is investigating the molecular mechanisms that cause Alzheimer’s disease and new ways to treat this disease including the use of gene therapy. This work is known as basic science and is conducted primarily in cell lines and the model organism called C. elegans, which is a microscopic worm. The work started out by testing a drug originally used to treat high lipid levels in blood (Gemfibrozil) for the treatment of Alzheimer’s models.

Related paper: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0006899320306223?via%3Dihub

Ageing, oxidative damage and mitochondrial DNA mutation.

Contact: Dr David Clancy

Tab Content: Examples of Current Projects

Examples of current projects being undertaken by core members of C4AR

Impact of COVID-19 on people affected by Parkinson’s.

This project is a collaboration with the charity Parkinson’s UK. Parkinson’s UK surveyed their members (people with Parkinson’s and their families and carers) during the most severe lockdown restrictions to find out the impact of the lockdown and associated difficulties on those affected by Parkinson’s. The findings were analysed by researchers at Lancaster and Parkinson’s UK together and can be found in the final report, (this report will download from the parkinsons.org.uk website). We also interviewed people with Parkinson’s about their experiences of lockdown and will continue to follow them up over the coming year. Contact: Professor Jane Simpson and Dr Fiona Eccles

ProtoPolicyAsia

This 12-month AHRC funded project aims to increase local community participation in the Malaysian national policy-making process to work together with relevant government agencies on social issues that relate to older persons and persons with disabilities.

Contact: Dr Emmanuel Tsekleves

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

Contact: Dr Sue Broughton

Tab Content: 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:

  • Exploring how care home staff manage responsive behaviours, associated with dementia, in care homes in Ireland during the Covid-19 pandemic
  • Moral Distress in Moderate to Advanced Dementia Care: An Exploration of Informal Caregivers’ Experience of Home-Based Care Provision at End of Life
  • The Role of Engaging in Participatory Arts for the Health and Wellbeing of People with Dementia and their Carers
  • A holistic statistical approach for determining the relationships between social, economic and health markers using the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing
  • Testing and development of TDP-43 aggregation inhibitors
  • Insulin/IGF-like Signalling and Brain Ageing in Drosophila melanogaster
  • Exploring the experiences of depression on older workers in the contemporary workplace drawing participants from various organisations in the United Kingdom
  • Finding genes on the mitochondrial genome linked to various conditions associated with ageing

If you would like more information on our postgraduate research projects please contact us at C4AR@lancaster.ac.uk.

Research with us

C4AR are constantly looking for partners to work with us in our research. Information about the networks we are actively engaged with are listed below.

Cognitive Frailty Interdisciplinary Network (CFIN)

A team from C4AR has helped establish a new Cognitive Frailty Interdisciplinary Network (CFIN), which aims are to explore the behavioural, social and biological determinants of cognitive frailty, looking at the underlying biological mechanisms. Funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council and the Medical Research Council it is a cross-discipline network which also includes co-investigators at Newcastle, Aston, Sheffield Hallam and Heriot-Watt Universities, as well as an international External Advisory Group led by colleagues at Durham University and at the Northern Health Science Alliance (NHSA).

C4AR Research Panel

The C4AR Research Panel is a group of people interested in helping researchers at C4AR by participating in their projects. You must be 55 or over and in good health to be on the panel but otherwise there are no other requirements and once on the panel, members can take part in as many or as few research projects as they like.

Join our panel

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.

If you are considering a PhD in ageing research, download our Expertise and Research Summaries document to see a current list of academic supervisors who would suit your discipline and study interest.

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.

Ageing MSc

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.

Postgraduate Study by Blended Learning

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 above link to 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 application, we strongly recommend you contact a potential supervisor found in this document before doing so.

Applying for postgraduate study

Featured Recent Paper

This paper is a synthesis of six research studies which were conducted over the duration of eight years, involving current and former members (Dr Caroline Swarbrick, Senior Lecturer, DHR) of the Dementia and Ageing Research Team at the University of Manchester. The purpose of the synthesis was to develop an innovative conceptual framework for dementia studies by conceptualising ‘in the moment’ through the lived experience of dementia. The synthesis identified four ‘moments’: ‘creating the moment’, ‘being in the moment’, ‘ending the moment’ and ‘reliving the moment’.

View or download: Being in the Moment article

Dr Caroline Swarbrick

Forthcoming C4AR Events

Throughout the course of each academic year we are proud to host a range of seminars and student forums.

Each year, we also host a major event called 'Town & Gown', with a specific theme guiding the content of each event. Open to all, this event consists of a variety of presentations and discussions from respected figures associated with the field of ageing research.

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C4AR Event Resources

Whenever possible, we aim to make resources available for visitors to download in the days following a C4AR event.

Resources include presentations, papers and event video recordings. Please feel free to download materials where a corresponding link is provided.

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C4AR in the news

Staff members

Centre Staff

Carol Holland

Professor Carol Holland

Professor in Ageing

Centre for Ageing Research

Trevor Crawford

Professor Trevor Crawford

Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience and Aging

Centre for Ageing Research, Infancy and Early Development, Perception and Action

Caroline Swarbrick

Dr Caroline Swarbrick

Senior Lecturer in Ageing

Centre for Ageing Research

Qian Xiong

Dr Qian Xiong

Lecturer in Ageing

+44 (0)1524 510441 D50, D - Floor, Health Innovation One
Louise Tarver

Louise Tarver

Administrative Assistant

+44 (0)1524 521880 Health Innovation One

Core Members

Faraz Ahmed

Dr Faraz Ahmed

Lecturer in Health Inequalities

Centre for Health Inequalities Research

Alexandre Benedetto

Dr Alexandre Benedetto

Senior Lecturer

Biomedical, Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre

Susan Broughton

Dr Susan Broughton

Senior Lecturer

Centre for Ageing Research

Trevor Crawford

Professor Trevor Crawford

Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience and Aging

Centre for Ageing Research, Infancy and Early Development, Perception and Action

Neil Dawson

Dr Neil Dawson

Senior Lecturer

Biomedical, Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre

B003, B - Floor, Furness College
Stefanie Doebler

Dr Stefanie Doebler

Lecturer in Social Statistics and Sociology

Fiona Eccles

Clinical Psychology

+44 (0)1524 592807 Health Innovation One
Ian Garner

Dr Ian Garner

Senior Research Associate (COVID/Parkinsons)

Andrew Harding

Dr Andrew Harding

Senior Research Associate

International Observatory on End of Life Care

Niall Hayes

Professor Niall Hayes

Head of Department, Professor of Information and Organisation

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

B31, B - Floor, Charles Carter Building
Sumi Helal

Professor Sumi Helal

Visiting Professor

Digital Health Group

Carol Holland

Professor Carol Holland

Professor in Ageing

Centre for Ageing Research

Rebecca Killick

Dr Rebecca Killick

Senior Lecturer in Statistics

Biomedical, Changepoints and Time Series, DSI - Foundations, Energy Lancaster, Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre, STOR-i Centre for Doctoral Training

+44 (0)1524 593780 B32, B - Floor, Fylde College
Bob Lauder

Dr Bob Lauder

Academic Teaching Director for UA92, Senior Lecturer

Centre for Ageing Research

B056, B - Floor, Furness College
Garik Markarian

Professor Garik Markarian

Emeritus Professor

SCC (Communication Systems)

Ceu Mateus

Professor Ceu Mateus SFHEA

Professor in Health Economics

Centre for Health Inequalities Research, FHM Mental Health Theme

D08, D - Floor, Health Innovation One
Stephen Milan

Dr Stephen Milan

Partnership Development Manager, Health Engagement and Innovation Team

Health Equity Network, Work and Health Forum

Hazel Morbey

Dr Hazel Morbey

Research Fellow

Centre for Ageing Research

+44 (0)1524 592729 C085, C - Floor, Furness College
Abigail Morris

Dr Abigail Morris

Lecturer in Workplace Health and Well Being

FHM Mental Health Theme

Edward Parkin

Dr Edward Parkin

Senior Lecturer

Centre for Ageing Research

Christopher Plack

Perception and Action

+44 (0)1524 593831 D36, D - Floor, Fylde College
Jenny Roberts

Jenny Roberts

Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, PhD student

D17, D - Floor, Engineering Building
Jane Simpson

Centre for Ageing Research

C039, C - Floor, Furness College
Sandra-Ilona Sunram-Lea

Perception and Action

D08, D - Floor, Fylde College
Michelle Swainson

Dr Michelle Swainson

Lecturer in Physiology

B023, B - Floor, Furness College
Caroline Swarbrick

Dr Caroline Swarbrick

Senior Lecturer in Ageing

Centre for Ageing Research

Emmanuel Tsekleves

Dr Emmanuel Tsekleves

Co-Director of Future Cities Research Institute, Professor in Global Health Design Innovation

DSI - Health, Evaluation, Imagination Lancaster, School of Design, Work and Health Forum

Sandra Varey

Dr Sandra Varey

Lecturer in Health Research

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 D48, D - Floor, Health Innovation One
Lara Warmelink

Dr Lara Warmelink

Senior Lecturer - Security Lancaster

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

D05a, D - Floor, Fylde College
Qian Xiong

Dr Qian Xiong

Lecturer in Ageing

+44 (0)1524 510441 D50, D - Floor, Health Innovation One

University Associates

Plamen Angelov

Centre for Technological Futures , Cyber Security Research Centre (Data), Digital Health Group, DSI - Foundations, Fundamentals of IRAS, Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre, SCC (Data Science), Security Lancaster, Security Lancaster (Academic Centre of Excellence), Security Lancaster (Systems Security), Security Lancaster Secure (Machine Learning and Intelligence)

Theo Bampouras

Dr Theo Bampouras

Lecturer in Sports Science (Biomechanics)

Daphne Barker

Dr Daphne Barker

Research Associate in Language and Literacy

Zoe Cockshott

Dr Zoe Cockshott

Senior Research Associate

International Observatory on End of Life Care

+44 (0)1524 510353 D24, D - Floor, Health Innovation One
Robert Davies

Dr Robert Davies

Senior Lecturer

Language and Cognition

Amy Gadoud

Dr Amy Gadoud

Clinical Senior Lecturer in Palliative Medicine

Biomedical, International Observatory on End of Life Care

Sabir Giga

Dr Sabir Giga

Senior Lecturer

FHM Mental Health Theme

C008, C - Floor, Furness College
Simon Guy

Professor Simon Guy

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

Evaluation, Imagination Lancaster

Suzanne Hodge

Clinical Psychology

+44 (0)1524 592712 D26, D - Floor, Health Innovation One
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

B29, B - Floor, Fylde College
Thomas Keegan

Dr Thomas Keegan

Director of PG Research and Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology

Biomedical, Centre for Ageing Research, Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre

C039, C - Floor, Furness College
Joanne Knight

Professor Joanne Knight

Chair in Applied Data Science

DSI - Health, FHM Mental Health Theme

B006, B - Floor, Furness College
Mark Levine

Professor Mark Levine

Professor of Social Psychology

Cyber Security Research Centre (Psychology), Security Lancaster, Security Lancaster (Behavioural Science)

Sally Linkenauger

Dr Sally Linkenauger

Senior Lecturer

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

Jennifer Logue

Professor Jennifer Logue

Professor in Metabolic Medicine

DSI - Health

Anna Mackenzie

Dr Anna Mackenzie

Deputy Head of Events

Barbara Maher

Professor Barbara Maher

Professor Emerita

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

Corinne May-Chahal

Centre for Alternatives to Social and Economic Inequalities, Centre for Child and Family Justice Research, Centre for Gender and Women's Studies, Security Lancaster, Security Lancaster (Policing), Security Lancaster (Sociology)

Christine Milligan

Biomedical, Centre for Ageing Research, Lancaster Intelligent, Robotic and Autonomous Systems Centre

+44 (0)7939 314552 C054, C - Floor, Furness College
Peter McClintock

Professor Peter McClintock

Research Professor, Emeritus Professor

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

C506, C - Floor, Physics Building
Padraic Monaghan

Language and Cognition, Language Learning Research Lab

Hannah Morgan

Dr Hannah Morgan

Senior Lecturer

Centre for Alternatives to Social and Economic Inequalities, Centre for Disability Research CeDR, Centre for Gender and Women's Studies

B003, B - Floor, Bowland North
Maggie Mort

Centre for Ageing Research, Centre for Alternatives to Social and Economic Inequalities, Centre for Gender and Women's Studies, Centre for Science Studies

Helen Nuttall

Perception and Action

Jasper Palmier-Claus

Dr Jasper Palmier-Claus

Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology

FHM Mental Health Theme, Spectrum Centre for Mental Health Research

Don Passey

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

Sheila Payne

Centre for Ageing Research, International Observatory on End of Life Care

+44 (0)1524 792319 D49, D - Floor, Health Innovation One
Paul Rayson

Professor Paul Rayson

Professor of Natural Language Processing

Cyber Security Research Centre (Data), Digital Health Group, DSI - Foundations, DSI - Health, Fundamentals of IRAS, 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
Heather Robinson

FHM Mental Health Theme, Spectrum Centre for Mental Health Research

Mark Rouncefield

Digital Health Group, Institute for Social Futures Fellow, SCC (Pervasive Systems), Security Lancaster, Security Lancaster (Sociology)

D12, D - Floor, Infolab
Jo Rycroft-Malone

Professor Jo Rycroft-Malone

Distinguished Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Health and Medicine

Yakubu Salifu

International Observatory on End of Life Care

D42, D - Floor, Health Innovation One
Elena Semino

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

Aneta Stefanovska

DSI - Health, Nonlinear and Biomedical Physics

+44 (0)1524 521794 C507, C - Floor, Physics Building
Louise Tarver

Louise Tarver

Administrative Assistant

+44 (0)1524 521880 Health Innovation One
Eleanor Thorne

Eleanor Thorne

Research Associate (part-time)

John Towse

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

Gordon Walker

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

Ian Walker

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

Chris Walton

Dr Chris Walton

Senior Lecturer

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, Society and Human Behaviour

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

Contact us

For further information about C4AR, or to sign up to our mailing list, please contact C4AR@lancaster.ac.uk or one of the staff members below:

Professor Carol Holland

Director of the Centre for Ageing Research (C4AR)

c.a.holland@lancaster.ac.uk

Professor Trevor Crawford

Department of Psychology & C4AR

t.crawford@lancaster.ac.uk

Louise Tarver

C4AR Administration Assistant

l.tarver@lancaster.ac.uk