The host institution for AgeCap is the Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology at Wallinsgatan in Mölndal. AgeCaps organization includes a Steering Committee, a PI team, a communications team, a group of young researchers and the administration and investigation unit. The steering committee is supported by an international advisory board.
The steering committee decisions are taken regarding development of research activities and the planning of resource use. The Steering Committee meet six times per year and the members are:
President: Ingmar Skoog professor of psychiatry (research leader EPINEP)
Boo Johansson, Professor of geropsykologi (research leader ADA Gero)
Synneve Dahlin Ivanoff, Professor of Occupational Therapy (research leader FRESH)
Björn Halleröd, Professor of Sociology (research leader LEXLIV)
Kaj Blennow, Professor of Neurochemistry (research leader Neurochem)
Hanna Falk (EPINEP)
Susanne Gustafson (FRESH)
Agneta Holmäng, Professor of Physiology
Anne-Marie Wennberg, Professor of Dermatology
Pia Gudmundsson, Scientific Coordinator (EPINEP)
Tina Jacobson, Administrative Coordinator (EPINEP)
Principal Investigators (PI group) plan and initiate research collaborations within the Center. PI group meets four times a year.
Ingmar Skoog, Professor of Psychiatry (EPINEP)
Boo Johansson, Professor of geropsykologi (ADA Gero)
Synneve Dahlin Ivanoff, Professor of Occupational Therapy (FRESH)
Björn Halleröd, Professor of Sociology (LEXLIV)
Kaj Blennow, Professor of Neurochemistry (Neurochem)
Margda Waern, Professor of Psychiatry (EPINEP)
Hanna Falk (EPINEP)
Susanne Gustafson (FRESH)
Linda Hassing, researchers (ADA Gero)
Ewa Wikström, Associate Professor (LEXLIV)
Anna Dunér, Associate Professor (FRESH)
Henrik Zetterberg, Professor of Neurochemistry (Neurochem)
Pia Gudmundsson, researcher and scientific coordinator (EPINEP)
This group is responsible for all internal and external communications as well as interdisciplinary seminars and training programs will be organized.
Pia Gudmundsson, forskare och vetenskaplig koordinator (EPINEP)
Therese Rydberg (EPINEP)
Helena Hörder (EPINEP)
Tom Marlow, webansvarig (EPINEP)
Madeleine Mellqvist Fässberg (EPINEP)
Magnus Lindwall, Docent (ADA-Gero)
Greta Häggblom-Kronlöf, forskare (FRESH)
One of the main goals of AgeCap is to nurture young scientists in multidisciplinary research. To make this possible young scientists will be able to influence the future direction within the center within a specially created group of graduate students and researchers before disputation.
Administration is run by the host institution by an administrator and scientific coordinator.
This unit is located at the Neuropsychiatric Clinic at Wallinsgatan 6 in Mölndal. Here, several new studies in the Center are to be carried out and coordinated.
International Advisory Board
AgeCap has an international advisory board that includes five international researchers from various disciplines. This Board will meet once a year to review the development of the Center, as well as advise on future directions.
Professor of psychiatric epidemiology and clinical infomatics at King's College London
Professor of occupational science at Auckland University of Technology
Professor of Developmental Psychology at Humboldt University in Berlin
Professor of Sociology at Bristol University
Professor of Neurology at University College London
Is Dementia Going to be the Massive Problem we Anticipate? Listen to Ingmar Skoog on BBC's Health Check.
Nobel Week Dialogue: The day before the Nobel Prize awards, Ingmar Skoog from AgeCap took part in a lively panel discussion on dementia and other age related diseases.
How Moodiness and Jealousy May Lead to Alzheimer’s: Prof Ingmar Skoog talks to Time Magazine about the latest research from EPINEP's Women's Study.
Maximising motivation: Several studies have shown that approximately every other person who starts training stops within six months. Why do you train? What is your goal, and why do you want to reach it? For whom are you doing it, yourself or someone else? One should have clear answers to these questions, says Magnus Lindwall, who is a researcher in health and sport psychology at the University of Gothenburg (ADA-Gero).
Almedal week: The average life expectancy in Europe will be 100 years in this century says Professor Ingmar Skoog during a seminar at the West Swedish arena during Almedalsveckan where he spoke of the latest research findings on the health of the elderly, an area in which University of Gothenburg is a world leader.
Marcus Praetorius Björks avhandling: Bio-behavioral inquiries in cognitive aging – APOE, gender, grip strength, subjective memory in relation to distance from death.
Datum: 8 april kl. 10.00
Opponent: Prof Denis Gerstorf, Humboldt University, Berlin,
IAGG-ER (International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics European Region) konferens kommer att hållas i Göteborg 23-25 maj 2019.