Policy, Research, Grants & International
AAG Collaborating Research Centres
The AAG has Collaborating Research Centres based at universities and institutes across Australia. The AAG Collaborating Research Centres engage in discussions on issues affecting ageing and aged care research at an annual meeting held during the AAG conference. The Centres contribute to the AAG website, newsletter and other media to disseminate research findings and promote research projects.
To be considered as an AAG Collaborating Research Centre, please review the criteria and complete the application form. Should you require more information on AAG Collaborating Research Centres, please contact us.
More information on the work of AAG’s Collaborating Research Centres can be found on their websites.AAG Collaborating Research Centres are eligible to apply to become International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) Collaborating Centres.
Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
Aged Dementia Health Education & Research (ADHERe)