Lifespan Research Network Research Day
Location:New Law School Lecture Theatre 106
2018 Lifespan Research Day session themes:
- Transitions and trajectories – exploring projects that seek to increase understanding of significant life stage transitions and/ or investigate determinants of trajectory effects from one developmental life stage to the next.
- Translation – research findings that have real-world impacts and/or contribute to discipline knowledge.
- Life stages – shedding light 'life stage relevant' research including under-researched life stages and disadvantaged populations.
Abstract submissions close Friday 1 June 2018, midnight.
- Abstracts must be uploaded in Word doc format (up to 10240 KB, no PDFs).
- 300 words maximum (not including title and authors list).
- Include all authors' first names, last names and their affiliations.
- Please structure your abstract with headings e.g.background, aim, methods, results and summary/conclusion.
- Presentations will be 10 minutes in duration with a maximum of 10 slides, followed by 5 minutes question time.
Eligible Research Day registrants submitting an abstract will have the option to enter the 2018 Lifespan Research Collaboration Award.
The Lifespan Research Network is open to academics and students University-wide. It is devoted to the study of human health and development across the stages of life.