The case for an intersectional life course perspective in understanding unequal ageing
Dr Dan Holman and Professor Alan Walker call for intersectionality to be incorporated into ageing research with a life course perspective.
Researchers find different processes to protect the genome are needed throughout the lifecourse
A new study published in Science Advances investigates Tdp1, a protein involved in DNA repair and its protective effect against damage caused by topoisomerase; an enzyme that participates in the over and underwinding of DNA.
The use of geroprotectors to prevent multimorbidity: opportunities and challenges
By 2050 the number of people over 60 years old is expected to double compared to 2015 meaning a more effective solution than single disease treatment is needed for the increasing numbers of people living with multimorbidity.