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Research resources

The research at ARC is conducted with unique resources, such as large longitudinal studies and nationwide registers. We also conduct experiments and intervention studies on a smaller scale.


PI: Laura Fratiglioni

The Swedish National Study on Aging and Care in Kungsholmen (SNAC-K) – Population Study, an ongoing population-based, longitudinal study on aging and health, based on experiences from the Kungsholmen Project


PI: Carin Lennartsson

The Swedish Panel Study of Living Conditions of the Oldest Old (SWEOLD), an ongoing, nationally representative survey of the older population in Sweden


PI: Laura Fratiglioni

The National E-infrastructure for Aging Research (NEAR), a collaborative project that coordinates the existing databases from major population-based longitudinal studies on aging and health in Sweden

af Jochnick Center

PI: Lars Bäckman

The af Jochnick Center for the Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging is made possible through a donation from the af Jochnick Foundation of 50,000,000 SEK over a 10-year period


PI: Johan Fritzell

The Social Inequalities in Ageing (SIA) project, a Nordic project funded by Nordforsk using a range of high quality Nordic databases, including both survey data and data from administrative registers


PI: Grégoria Kalpouzos

A longitudinal project about the effects of age-related brain iron accumulation and its underlying factors

All ongoing projects

Here we have gathered all ongoing ARC projects independently of source of data


See our publication lists, overview of all ARC doctoral theses, and our latest activity report