Ageing well: opportunities and challenges we face in the 21st is part of the "Health Matters" public lecture series which aims to engage with the public via educational talks and inspire them to take action towards better health.
Listen to leaders from the science, media, health and medical worlds, for a wide-ranging conversation about the opportunities and challenges we face when it comes to ageing well in the 21st century.
Host: Brigid O’Connell | Health Reporter, Herald Sun
Australian Rules Footballer Carlton Football Club and Alzheimer’s Australia Ambassador
Associate Professor Briony Dow
Director of the National Ageing Research Institute and Associate Professor of Ageing at University of Melbourne
Dr Darren Henstridge
Baker Institute Fellow and Group Leader, Molecular Metabolism and Ageing laboratory, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute
Life Coach, Teacher, Athlete and Artist
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