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Collaborate with CASE

The CASE research centre actively seeks collaborations with actors inside and outside academia throughout the research process. The user board is an active part of centre's core activities, and researchers at CASE are responsible for one of Lund University’s thematic collaboration initiatives.

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CASE conducts research on ageing, health and supportive environments to improve the lives of the ageing population. We conduct research that is relevant to different categories of knowledge users. We therefore engage in collaborations with a number of different actors in society.

The user board is also an active part of centre’s activities, which provides input and ideas for the centre’s various research projects. The user board consists of individuals who are directly affected by the issues the research concerns.

More information about the user board

CASE is responsible for Lund University’s thematic collaboration initiative Social Rights and Housing for the Ageing Population.  A thematic collaboration initiative is a vibrant meeting hub for knowledge exchange within a specific problem area relevant to society at large.

More information about the thematic collaboration initiative

CASE is always seeking new collaborations. Our goal is to establish a series of collaborations that will further strengthen our research on supportive environments for the ageing population.

We are actively seeking collaborations with additional researchers at Lund University and from other universities. Actors from all sectors of society and knowledge users with an interest in ageing and health are always welcome to contact us to discuss options for potential collaboration.

Contact

Susanne Iwarsson
Professor och project coordinator
+46 46 222 19 40
susanne [dot] iwarsson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se

Oskar Jonsson
Activity coordinator
+46 72 711 24 25
+46 46 222 19 96
oskar [dot] jonsson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se