Ageing Research at King's
Ageing Research at King's (ARK) is a cross-faculty multidisciplinary consortium of investigators which brings together scholarship and research in ageing in several complementary areas. ARK represents King’s world class excellence for research on the biology of ageing, from the basic mechanisms in biogerontology to clinical translation and the social impact of ageing.
The primary purpose of ARK is to enhance multidisciplinary research collaborations within King’s to better understand the mechanisms of ageing and improving health-span. As ageing consists of complex systems at the level of biology, psychology and society, in order to understand the processes of ageing and the nature of old age itself, it is important to bring together learning and research from a number of key disciplines.
ARK is uniquely positioned to address the challenges of an ageing world, and to provide answers at multiple levels, from cellular mechanisms to social sciences. We aim to launch a new programme of events to foster research networking within King’s as well as develop interactions with Research Councils, research charities, other academic institutions and industrial partners both in UK and globally, using ageing as a focus for building academic excellence.
- Dr Richard Siow
Cardiovascular Division, British Heart Foundation Centre of Research Excellence
- Professor Stephen Harridge
Centre of Human and Aerospace Physiological Sciences
ARK Special Keynote Event
When: Monday 3rd October 2016, 17:00
Where: Lecture Theatre 2, New Hunt's House, Guy's Campus
- Ageing healthily
Professor Dame Linda Partridge
Director, Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing, Cologne, Germany
- Ageing, exercise and physiological function
Professor Stephen Harridge
Director, Centre of Human and Aerospace Physiological Sciences, King’s College London
More info: Please register online to attend. The event will be followed by a drinks reception.