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Claire Steves

Practicing Geriatrician and Senior Clinical Lecturer at King's College London

Claire is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at King’s College London. She is also a Consultant Geriatrician at Guys and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust as well as the Deputy Director (Clinical) for TwinsUK. Claire is interested in the interactions between physical and mental health in ageing. Her current research focuses on the relationship between the gut, urinary and salivary microbiome and conditions of ageing, including cognitive ageing, frailty and multi-morbidity. Claire also leads on our new Wellcome Longitudinal Population Study grant which aims to expand our ability to contribute to health sciences, by linking with health records, social and environmental scientists. Claire graduated first class from Cambridge University in 1997. She joined the department in 2009 with a Wellcome Clinical Research Fellowship and gained a PhD by 2014.

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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