Healthy Ageing at Exeter
By 2040 1 in 7 of us will be over 75. Healthy ageing research and innovation at the University of Exeter is developing the medical, physical, physiological and environmental solutions that will help us all remain independent, productive, active and socially connected for longer. Follow #ExeterHealthyAgeing on Twitter for regular updates.
» Active ageing
We use state-of-the-art technology to help older people improve activity levels and lead longer, healthier lives.
» Nutrition and ageing
Our world-leading research examines how nutrition can improve overall health and increase life expectancy.
» Mental health and cognition
Our research uses ground-breaking approaches and new technologies to understand wellbeing in later life.
» Early diagnosis and patient stratification
Our research investigates how early diagnosis can improve patient outcomes and life expectancy.