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Support our work by donating here.  The British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA) is calling for the general public to support research to help people stay healthier for longer, as an alternative to charities that support research on diseases. The greatest risk factor for disease is ageing, but we have very little charitable support

By Diana Marcu, winner of the British Society of Research on Ageing Korenchevsky Award 2022 I have always found public speaking terrifying, but was also aware that it is a necessary part of being a scientist. At the British Society of Research on Ageing (BSRA) meeting 2022, I built up the courage to make it

The British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA) is pleased to announce the award of the Lord Cohen Medal to Professor Lynne Cox, Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford, for her outstanding achievements and contributions to understanding the biology of ageing. Professor David Weinkove, Chair of the BSRA said “Professor Cox has made an impressive

Call for Nominations to the Board of Trustees The British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA) is regularly looking for new trustees to help run the society. As well as during the annual call for nominations to the Board of Trustees, it is possible to nominate yourself at any time. The BSRA is a charitable incorporated

Up to 40 Travel Awards, for Early and Mid-Career Researchers, are available from the UKRI MRC National Musculoskeletal Ageing Network, to support registration, travel and accommodation costs for the BSRA Annual Scientific Meeting 2023 (6 – 8 September 2023, University of Westminster, London, UK). Award details Each Travel Award will cover travel, accommodation and conference

By Mireya Vazquez-Prada, winner of the British Society of Research on Ageing Korenchevsky Award 2021 When conferences migrated to cyberspace in 2020, I was initially apprehensive. Conferences are my favourite feature of postgraduate life: a chance to learn of recent breakthroughs and return to the lab brimming with new ideas. Though the British Society of