Diana Kuh, PhD “A life course approach to healthy aging: what do life course studies tell us and what are the research gaps?”


Keynote Speaker: Diana Kuh, Ph.D. “A life course approach to healthy ageing: what do life course studies tell us and what are the research gaps?” Tuesday March 25, 2014 - 8th Annual Center on Aging Research Retreat, UU Guest House Ballroom Diana Kuh, Professor of Life Course Epidemiology at University College London, is the director of the MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing, and the MRC National Survey of Health and Development, the oldest of the British birth cohort studies that has followed up over 5000 individuals since their birth in March 1946. Diana is also the principal investigator of the Healthy Ageing across the Life Course network (HALCyon) www.halcyon.ac.uk and co-Director of a new NIH-funded programme on the Integrative Analysis of Longitudinal Studies of Ageing (IALSA) that bring together cohort studies to investigate lifetime influences on ageing.

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