Dr Moyra Mortby, Hazel hawke recipient
Hazel Hawke Grant recipient

Hazel Hawke Grant recipient

Dr Moyra Mortby was awarded the Hazel Hawke Grant this month.

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ICE: A social phenomenon crippling families

ICE: A social phenomenon crippling families

Dr Rebecca Mcketin was a guest at a radio interview presented by Jonathan Green.

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Zoe Terpening and Kaarin Anstey
Towards a future without dementia

Towards a future without dementia

Despite a few high-profile ‘outings’, Alzheimer’s disease remains stigmatised within the community, and has been under-funded compared to medical research fo

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National Dementia Research Forum 2014

National Dementia Research Forum 2014

For the 2014 forum, the priority topic is Knowledge Translation (KT).

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Ian MacDonald, Diane Hosking and Hossein Tabatabaie-Jafari
National Science Week

National Science Week

Dementia is a national health priority and scientists are working hard to delay, prevent and ultimately find a cure.

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News article by Dr Joanna Brooks
Part of the brain stays "youthful' into older age

Part of the brain stays "youthful' into older age

At least one part of the human brain may be able to process information the same way in older age as it does in the prime of life, according to new research conducted at the University of Adelaide.

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Fatherhood and Men’s Mental Health Workshop

Fatherhood and Men’s Mental Health Workshop

Dr Liana Leach of the Centre for Research on Ageing, Health and Well-being hosted the beyondblue and Movember funded “Fatherhood and Men’s Mental He

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Energy drinks boost desire to drink alcohol

Energy drinks boost desire to drink alcohol

Dr. Rebecca McKetin and Alice Coen have released research showing that energy drinks can boost people’s desire to keep drinking alcohol.

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Welcome

Established in 2012, the Centre for Research on Ageing, Health & Wellbeing (CRAHW) is a research intensive centre located within the Research School of Population Health.

CRAHW aims to optimise the well-being of individuals and communities through the lifecourse by conducting innovative and translational research and contributing to public policy.  We work in methodological and theoretical traditions drawn from psychology, sociology and epidemiology that focus on adult development and ageing. The centre has particular expertise in cognitive ageing and dementia, psychiatric epidemiology, neuroimaging, social gerontology, healthy ageing and substance use.  Our work involves conducting and analysing large-scale epidemiological studies as well as intervention studies.  CRAHW hosts a node of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research and a Dementia Collaborative Research Centre.  

CRAHW comprises academics, visitors and adjunct members, students and administrative staff.

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Updated:  20 December 2014/Responsible Officer:  Director/Page Contact:  Business Manager