Lifespan Research Theme


Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health and Healthy Ageing researchers are joining forces under the Lifespan umbrella

We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Lifespan Research theme in Sydney Medical School which will merge our Reproductive Maternal and Child Health theme with the Healthy Ageing theme. The Lifespan theme will aim to facilitate a whole of life approach to research within SMS and provide the opportunity to join with lifespan-related researchers across the University to create a Lifespan research community.

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Theme Co-leaders

Professor Cheryl Jones and Professor Richard Lindley

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Join the University of Sydney Lifespan Research Network by completing this brief online membership application form and help to shape the theme.

Lifespan Emerging Researchers Committee nominated
We are pleased to announce nomination of 14 members of the Lifespan Theme ER Committee chaired by Associate Professor Kirsten Black - Joint Head Discipline of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Neonatology, Sydney University. Members represent a broad variety of geographical locations as well as research areas within the theme. MORE

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