Coronavirus vaccine is ‘not a magic bullet for elderly’ and only has a small chance of being effective
Institute directors Professor Ilaria Bellantuono and Professor Alan Walker point to data surrounding annual flu vaccinations which have only 30 to 40 per cent effectiveness among most at-riskPublished by iNews
Collaboration with international colleagues establishes new Middle East and North Africa Research network on Healthy Ageing
The network brings together those interested in healthy ageing research across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region
Senescence and Cancer: A review of clinical implications of senescence and senotherapies
A review into senescence and cancer by a new collaborative team including experts from the Healthy Lifespan Institute and the Mayo Clinic is published in the Cancers journal special issue "Senescence and Cancer"
A new resource for behavioural science - developing tools for understanding the relationship between behaviours
A team led by Professor Thomas Webb at the University of Sheffield’s Healthy Lifespan Institute and the Department of Psychology has been awarded £435k from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)