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Move it or Lose it Annual Conference 2024

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The Move it or Lose it Annual Healthy Ageing Conference

Please join us on Friday 20th September at The Studio in Birmingham for our annual healthy ageing conference. 

As always we have a great line-up of leading academics, scientists, experts and influencers sharing tips on how to live well and promote healthy and successful ageing.

This is a fantastic opportunity to ask questions from experts in the field of healthy ageing and enjoy meeting and networking with like-minded people, all working together to reimagine and transform the way we age.

 

Roy Lilley is the Founder of the Academy of Fabulous Stuff, the only free-to-access repository of best practice in the NHS. He has been voted the top speaker on NHS topics on three occasions and has vast experience in Britain’s health and social care system.

Roy is an independent health policy analyst, writer, broadcaster and commentator on health and social issues, and provides consultancy to NHS organisations. He is a guest blogger for The King’s Fund Time to Think Differently programme and his eLetter reaches the inboxes of 300,000 health and care managers in the UK and overseas several times a week.

He says; ‘Healthcare is my interest, my challenge, my passion and I am lucky to be involved with the professionals who make our lives healthier, our families safer and each of us proud of what we do.’ 

 

Dr Amy Naylor is an Associate Professor at the University of Birmingham

Her research focuses on the interaction between the different cell types that control bone remodelling. Specifically, she is interested in why the communication between these cells is disrupted during inflammation and with increasing age and she is working to identify therapeutics that can restore it.

Her work has been funded by Versus Arthritis (formerly Arthritis Research UK), AstraZeneca, and the Medical Research Council amongst others. 

 

Kathryn Frost is a final-year PhD student at the University of Birmingham
Her PhD research has demonstrated that a small, naturally produced protein is capable of increasing the rate at which new bone forms and could form the basis for a new osteoporosis medicine.
She hopes to continue her research in this field after her PhD and is currently looking for opportunities abroad.
More speakers to be confirmed…

 

Registration opens at 9:30am and the conference runs from 10am to 4pm, refreshments and lunch are included.

The venue is The Studio, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham B2 5EP which is a few minutes walk from Grand Central Train Station with several great hotels nearby.

 

Please note that all conference bookings are non-refundable.

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