Lifestyle for health and wellbeing

Encompassing research across several disciplines with the common goal of facilitating healthy living and ageing across the lifespan.

Our aim is to provide evidence-based knowledge to improve human health and wellbeing throughout an individual’s whole life by considering the social, behavioural, nutritional and biological determinants and consequences of human lifestyles.

Theme members conduct world-leading research with the common aim of providing evidence-based knowledge that facilitates improved physical and mental health and wellbeing, lowers the risk of communicable and non-communicable disease, and aids the effective management of pre-existing conditions.

Our work spans from global population research to molecular biology. As such we cover a wide range of expertise including: epidemiology, psychology, physiology, nutrition, biomechanics, human and molecular biology, rehabilitation science and social sciences.

Research areas

Public Health Research at Loughborough

From childhood to old age, we translate our public health research into practical ways for helping people improve their health across all stages of life.

Our researchers

Dr Emily Rousham

Dr Emily Rousham

Deputy theme lead (research)

Research Ideas Catalogue – Knowledge and Impact (RIC-KI)

RIC-KI connects researchers across the world for open collaboration and to create motivations, networks, environments, and relationships to more readily allow scientists to collaborate.

 

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