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The International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC-UK) is looking to consolidate its links with universities and grow its early and mid-career researchers panel. Meeting three times a year this panel sits alongside our full academic advisory board.

More about the International Longevity Centre-UK
ILC-UK is the leading think tank on longevity and demographic change. It is an independent, non-partisan think tank dedicated to addressing issues of longevity, ageing and population change. We develop ideas, undertake research and create a forum for debate.

Role of the Panel
Providing opportunities for collaborative working and academic support to ILC-UK researchers, the panel brings together academics from a range of disciplines, with the aim of integrating academia and policy.

Benefits of being a part of the ILC-UK
- The possibility of having your research disseminated to the media and policy makers through the ILC-UK
- The option to submit joint bids for grant funding
- The opportunity to work together with researchers from a range of fields

Next Meeting: 3-5pm, Wednesday 23rd September
The International Longevity Centre – UK (ILC-UK), 11 Tufton Street, London, SW1P 3QB

Come and meet our Chief Executive, Baroness Sally Greengross, a cross-bench peer, for an insider’s view of influencing and impact. There will also be a brief presentation from our Director, David Sinclair, on liaising with the media and selling in research projects. Presentations will be followed by a drinks reception.

How to Apply
We are looking for post docs from a variety of fields who are working on issues surrounding demographic change. To be considered please send a brief covering letter and your CV to helencreighton@ilcuk.org.uk. Places are limited and therefore unfortunately we cannot accept all applicants.

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