Social inequalities in ageing. Copenhagen Life Course Epidemiology in Aging Research (CLEAR)

Our purpose is to study social inequalities in health and aging in a life course perspective, and to explore the pathways through and interactions with psychosocial, psychological and biological factors. We want to inform policy makers on intervention possibilities aiming at reducing social inequality in health among middle-aged and older adults.

To inform intervention strategies a better understanding of life course social determinants of aging as well as their interplay with psychological, behavioural and biological factors is of huge importance in today’s aging society. Knowledge about risk factors and development of interventions in the most vulnerable older citizens will add important new knowledge to this area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Funding

  • Nordeafonden STRIT 8.8 mio DKK (STRIT)
  • Nordeafonden Center for Sund Aldring 3 mio. DKK (CAMB2)
  • Nordforsk (Social inequalities in Ageing)
  • Beckettfonden 100.000 kr. (CAMB2)
  • Ensomme gamles værn 300.000 kr. (STRIT)
  • VELUX (CAMB)

Research Group Leader
Rikke Lund
Professor

Email: rilu@sund.ku.dk
Phone: +45 35 32 79 92
Mobile: +45 24 66 05 35

Internal researchers

Navn Titel Telefon E-mail
Brønnum-Hansen, Henrik Lektor +45 353-27974 E-mail
Christensen, Ulla Lektor +45 353-27663 E-mail
Foverskov, Else Postdoc   E-mail
Jepsen, Eva Projektkoordinator +45 353-27978 E-mail
Jørgensen, Terese Sara Høj Adjunkt +45 353-35886 E-mail
Kalvåg, Cecilie Kivikoski Studerende +45 353-32751 E-mail
Lund, Rikke Professor, afdelingsleder +45 353-27992 E-mail
Malling, Gritt Marie Hviid Videnskabelig assistent +45 353-34819 E-mail
Molbo, Drude Data administrator +45 353-26736 E-mail
Nilsson, Charlotte Juul Lektor +45 353-27122 E-mail
Nygaard, Siv Ph.d.-stipendiat +45 353-32406 E-mail
Pusat, Ilayda Dilara Studerende +45 353-37388 E-mail
Sandholdt, Catharina Thiel Postdoc +45 353-26359 E-mail
Skogstad, Sissel Akademisk medarbejder FU +45 353-30011 E-mail
Srivarathan, Abirami Ph.d.-stipendiat +45 353-34443 E-mail