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British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA)

Scientific society which promotes and funds research into the biology of ageing

The BSRA was formed as the “Club for Research on Ageing” by Professor Vladimir Korenchevsky (1880–1959) at some point prior to 1939 and as thus has a valid claim to be the world’s oldest scientific society devoted to research into the biology of ageing.

The BSRA is committed to funding, supporting and disseminating high quality research into the biology of ageing. Support is available for active researchers with substantive posts at any UK institution or research institutes which are interested in the biology of ageing and who would normally be eligible for membership of the BSRA.

British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA) Board of Trustees

• David Weinkove

• Paul Morgan

• Neil Martin

• Ana-Mishel Spiroski

• Adrian Cull

• Bradley Elliot

• Cathy Slack

• Ira Milosevic

• Jed Lye

• Marina Ezcurra

• Niharika A Duggal

• Tina Woods

Visit website: https://bsra.org.uk/

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Details last updated 12-Sep-2019

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Adrian Cull

Longevity advocate - founder of the Live Forever Club and author of the Live Forever Manual

Ana-Mishel Spiroski

Cardiovascular Therapeutic Area Lead at Evotec

Bradley Elliott

Senior Lecturer in Physiology at University of Westminster

Cathy Slack

Associate Professor at Warwick University

David Weinkove

CSO at Magnitude Biosciences and Associate Professor at Durham University

Ira Milosevic

Associate professor and laboratory head at the Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford

Jed Lye

An early career biomedical researcher with industrial training and enterprise experience

Marina Ezcurra

Senior Lecturer in the Biology of Ageing at University of Kent

Neil Martin

Lecturer in Cellular and Molecular Biology at Loughborough University

Niharika Duggal

Assistant Professor in Immunity and Ageing at University of Birmingham

Paul Morgan

Senior Lecturer in Nutrition and Metabolism at the Manchester Metropolitan University

Tina Woods

CEO and Co-Founder, Longevity International. Author of Live Longer with AI

British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA) is also referenced in the following:

Adrian Cull

Longevity advocate - founder of the Live Forever Club and author of the Live Forever Manual

Anne McArdle

Professor of Musculoskeletal Biology at the University of Liverpool

International Longevity Alliance (ILA)

Facilitating faster development and implementation of life-extending technologies to ensure healthy longevity for all

James Brown

Associate Professor in Biosciences at Aston University, and UK based broadcaster

João Pedro de Magalhães

Professor of Molecular Biogerontology at University of Birmingham Institute of Inflammation and Ageing, consultant, futurist, speaker

Lorna Harries

Professor of Molecular Genetics at the University of Exeter

Lynne Cox

Molecular cell biologist studying the biology of ageing and age-related diseases.

British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA) Creations

BSRA Annual Scientific Meeting 2024

04-Sep-2024

A compelling lineup of speakers from all areas of the biology of ageing (Birmingham, UK)

BSRA Annual Scientific Meeting 2023

06-Sep-2023 to 08-Sep-2023

A compelling lineup of speakers from all areas of the biology of ageing

Nutrition and the biology of ageing

12-Sep-2022 to 14-Sep-2022

Event about nutrition and its impact on metabolism organized by British Society for Research on Ageing

Annual Scientific Meeting - Metabolism of Ageing

06-Sep-2021 to 08-Sep-2021

Jointly organised with the Biochemical Society - researcher disciplines include biochemistry, biology and medicine

Other people at British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA)

Claire Stewart

Chair at the British Society For Research on Ageing.

British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA) News

Ageing research funding: UK scientists call for urgent action

Longevity Technology - 13-Jun-2024

Public support can play a crucial role in accelerating progress

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Three UK non-profit organisations take International Longevity Alliance federated membership to over 50

Live Forever Club - 12-Dec-2023

BSRA, BGRF and ATLAS join the global campaign group promoting the advancement of healthy longevity for all

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BSRA sponsors funding to repair bone fractures in the aged

British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA) - 01-Jun-2020

Chernajovsky Foundation with BSRA funds for PEPITEM molecule to treat fractures

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Topics mentioned on this page:
Ageing Research, Life Expectancy