Cycling Without Age Scotland project:
Research Assistant (Email)
Voluntary Research Assistant (VRA) scheme:
If you are interested in opportunities to work in The Ageing Lab, at either PhD or postdoctoral level, contact Professor Gow. The Voluntary Research Assistant (VRA) scheme is managed via the Department of Psychology (full details here).
Former team members
Affiliated PhD Students
Anna Krzeczkowska (University of Strathclyde) - Commenced 2017
Principal Supervisor: Dr Louise Brown (Strathclyde); Second Supervisor: Dr William McGeown (Strathclyde); Third Supervisor: Professor Alan Gow (Heriot-Watt).
Lorraine Douglas (Heriot-Watt University) - Graduated 2017
Principal Supervisor: Dr Lauren Potter (Heriot-Watt); Second Supervisor: Professor Alan Gow (Heriot-Watt).
Amanda Nioi (Heriot-Watt University) - Graduated 2016
Principal Supervisor: Dr Jenny Roe (University of Virginia); Second Supervisor: Professor Alan Gow(Heriot-Watt).
The Intervention Factory, supported by Velux Stiftung, is coordinated by a local Intervention Factory Forum (comprising colleagues from Age Scotland, NHS Lothian, the City of Edinburgh Council, the Scottish Older People’s Assembly and Education Scotland) and an international Advisory Panel (Professor Kaarin Anstey, Australian National University; Professor Ian Deary, University of Edinburgh; Professor Mike Martin and Dr Christina Roecke, University of Zurich; Professor Kaisu Pitkälä, University of Helsinki; and Age UK).
The Senior Visitors project was a collaboration with Professor Anna Leask and Professor Paul Barron at Edinburgh Napier University, funded by Interface.
The Ageing Lab also collaborates with the Lothian Birth Cohort studies at the University of Edinburgh Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology, and the Glostrup 1914 Cohort at the Center for Healthy Aging, University of Copenhagen.
Professor Mike Martin (Department of Psychology - Gerontology and Gerontopsychology International Normal Aging and Plasticity Imaging Center, University of Zurich) was Co-Investigator on A Tablet for Healthy Ageing, funded by The Dunhill Medical Trust.