Research priorities 

Research areas of interest form part of the knowledge exchange between AAG members and AAG policy makers. The AAG Research Trust Steering Committee utilise this knowledge exchange to help determine research priorities based on the need and impact in society to achieve our purpose.

Priority Area 1

Research that crosses traditional, professional and disciplinary boundaries and that explicitly aims to innovate policy and practice in the broad space of ageing and increased longevity.

Priority Area 2

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community focus for whole-of-person, multidisciplinary research into ageing and increased longevity needs and to learn from their strengths.

Priority Area 3

Seed-fund and incubate innovative research projects and programs.

Priority Area 4

Establish Community Focus Areas in unmet and emerging community needs including climate change.

Priority Area 5

Attract leading and early career researchers to build capacity in ageing research and practice.