Four researchers at ARC have been awarded grants from Forte, Riksbankens Jubileumsfond and the Kamprad Family Foundation.
- Debora Rizzuto, who receives a grant of SEK 4 991 000 from Forte for a project entitled “SoundMIND – effects of noise on cognition and mental health”.
- Janne Agerholm, who receives a grant of SEK 4 979 000 from Forte for a project entitled “Health literacy among older adults: Exploring older people’s prerequisites for understanding health information and making informed health choices”
- Ingrid Ekström who has been awarded a grant of SEK 2 850 000 from Riksbankens Jubileumsfond for her project entitled “SKADLIGA KONSEKVENSER AV NEDSATT LUKTSINNE BLAND ÄLDRE PERSONER: en longitudinell populationsbaserad studie” (HARMFUL CONSEQUENCES OF SMELL LOSS IN OLDER AGE: a longitudinal population-based study). Read interview with Ingrid Ekström.
- Malin Ericsson, who has been granted SEK 2 500 000 million by the Kamprad Family Foundation for the establishment of the junior research network SWEAH Alumni Interdisciplinary Network (SAIN), a national network for interdisciplinary research on older people and ageing.