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Professor Carol Jagger
Educational disparities in adult disability: Person, place, policies, and family2017
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Professor Carol Jagger
Emeritus Professor Thomas Kirkwood
et al.
Grip strength and inflammatory biomarker profiles in very old adults2017
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Karen Davies
Professor Carol Jagger
Dr Richard Dodds
Emeritus Professor Thomas Kirkwood
et al.
Initial level and rate of change in grip strength predict all-cause mortality in very old adults2017
Dr Andrew Kingston
Dr Pai Wohland
Professor Louise Robinson
Professor Carol Brayne
Professor Fiona Matthews
et al.
Is late-life dependency increasing or not? A comparison of the Cognitive Function and Ageing Studies (CFAS)2017
Dr Blossom Stephan
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Joanna Collerton
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Brian Saxby
et al.
Longitudinal changes in global and domain specific cognitive function in the very-old: findings from the Newcastle 85+ Study2017
Professor Carol Jagger
MODEM: A comprehensive approach to modelling outcome and costs impacts of interventions for dementia. Protocol paper2017
Nuno Mendonca
Dr Antoneta Granic
Professor John Mathers
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Professor Chris Seal
et al.
One-Carbon Metabolism Biomarkers and Cognitive Decline in the Very Old: The Newcastle 85+ Study2017
Nuno Mendonca
Dr Antoneta Granic
Professor John Mathers
Dr Thomas Hill
Dr Mario Siervo
et al.
Prevalence and determinants of low protein intake in very old adults: insights from the Newcastle 85+ Study2017
Dr Blossom Stephan
Professor Carol Jagger
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Mario Siervo
Protocol of a feasibility study for cognitive assessment of an ageing cohort within the Southeast Asia Community Observatory (SEACO), Malaysia2017
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Thomas Hill
Dr Karen Davies
Professor Carol Jagger
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Vitamin D Status, Muscle Strength and Physical Performance Decline in Very Old Adults: A Prospective Study2017
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