ARC’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of older individuals by contributing to the understanding of the aging process from a biomedical, and psychological and sociological perspective in relation to life-long social and physical contexts. ARC conducts research and education and spreads research findings within and outside the scientific community.
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International forum with Scott Hofer, Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health, University of Victoria, Canada and Patrick J. Curran, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.
Title: Transcending the Replication Crisis: Implications for Research on Aging and Life Course Epidemiology
Host: Serhiy Dekhtyar
ARC upcoming events
- Postdoctoral Researcher in Epidemiology of Aging, temporary position longer than 6 months. Deadline for application is 17 September 2021.
Available positions at ARC are also advertised on the Job openings page. All open academic and administrative positions are listed on Karolinska Institutet’s website – including all open positions for doctoral students and post docs.
Focus on Aging in a unique Arts & Science project
A collaborative project between ARC and the Stockholm School of Photography at Folkuniversitetet with the purpose of producing representative photographs of older people based on the research conducted at ARC. Read more about the project.
Pelle, 83, and Solveig, 81. Photo: Sofia Strååt
Adriana, 84. Photo: Victor Celis Schüberg
Bengt, 75. Photo: Linn Fryk
Gun-Britt, 74. Photo: Maria Leck
Gunnar, 75. Photo: Federica Poiana
Karl-Erik, 76. Photo: Linda Ydemar
Vivi-Anne, 79. Photo: Cecilia Öhlund
Bengt, 86. Photo: Rebecca Lindblad