alexa The British Society for Research on Ageing

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The British Society for Research on Ageing

The British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA) is a scientific society, which endorses research to understand the causes and effects of the ageing process. The BSRA boosts publication and public understanding of ageing research and holds an annual scientific meeting. Many famous scientists with an interest in ageing are either past or current members of the organisation, which has employed a marked influence on ageing research within the United Kingdom and internationally. The society is established for the purpose of advancing knowledge of the causes and developments of ageing by clinical and other observations on human beings, or by related experimental studies on living organisms. The object of the Society shall be through research to increase knowledge of the processes and causes of ageing and, as indicated, of means for counteracting these both in human beings and in other organisms. The official journal of the society is Biogerontology and members are urged to publish here whenever possible. 

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The following is the list of scholars from The British Society for Research on Ageing who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences