School of Life and Health Sciences Aston University Birmingham B4 7ETUK
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Applied Health Research Group
Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing (ARCHA)
PhD studentships available! See here for application details, links to projects here (see under Applied Health Research). Please contact Carol Holland for further details; deadline 25th April
Current Project: The Longitudinal ExtraCare study (PI);
Masters in Cognitive Neuroscience
PhD Supervisions: 8 to completion, 3 in progress
2014 Structured autobiographical memory training as a preventive strategy for cognitive and social functioning decline. Abbeyfield PhD Studentship, C. Holland (PI), N. Ridout, I. James
Aston Laboratory for Immersive Virtual Environments (ALIVE), Wolfson Infrastructure Grant, PI: Meese; Co-PIs: Kessler, Holland, Lumsden, Andersen, 2014.
Collaborative Research between Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing (ARCHA) and the ExtraCare Charitable Trust. C. Holland (PI), K. West, G. Leask, M. Carter, R. Cooke, R.Shaw, R. Powell (ARCHA). ExtraCare Charitable Trust, 2012-15.
Mobility changes in older age: Neuropsychological, neurophysiological and cognitive predictors of successful adaptation in real world scenarios. ARCHA studentship C. Holland (PI) S.Hall, K.Rochelle, P.Furlong, 2011-2014
Older people, information and choice: assessing the reconfiguration of social care and health care for older people, ARCHA studentship, A.Dodds (PI), K. West, C. Holland, 2011-2014.
Evaluation of the Vascular Screening Programme. R. Cooke (PI), H. Pattison, R. Shaw, C. Holland, E. Peel (all LHS, Aston University). Heart of Birmingham Teaching Primary Care Trust, 2010-12.
Perception of risk, feelings of vulnerability and effects on driving behaviour of women drivers across the lifespan, PI Holland, R. Hill, Goodmedia Ltd, ESRC CASE studentship