The Faculty's work on age, ageing and older people is at the forefront of gerontology in the UK and internationally. Our research is methodologically original and topical, situating the lives of older people as experientially, temporally and environmentally defined.
We have undertaken a number of innovative funded studies, including:
Other strands and areas of interest include:
This research theme includes the internationally-renowned Centre for Ageing and Biographical Studies,which is also home to research students working in key areas of ageing policy.
Joanna Bornat (Professor Emeritus)
Bill Bytheway (Visiting Senior Research Fellow)
Rebecca Jones (Chair)
Julia Johnson (Visiting Senior Research Fellow)
Richard Ward (Manchester)
Andrew Clark (Salford)
Jane Montague (Derby)
Caroline Moore (The stretched generation - caring for children and older relatives in the same time frame)
Peter Scourfield (Older people's experiences of having their 'care packages' reviewed in residential care)
Rachel Scicluna (Transitions in kitchen living)