New International Collaborative – Ageing Research Trialists (ART) Steering Committee


Professor Andrew Clegg (Theme Lead for Older People with Frailty, Yorkshire and Humber ARC) is the Chair of the Ageing Research Trialists (ART) Steering Committee. Established as part of Yorkshire and Humber ARC, this international collaborative brings together trialists with a common focus on transforming care for older people across nations. The team will support individual participant data meta-analysis (IPDMA) in ageing research.

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