The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA), based in Trinity College Dublin, is the most comprehensive study of adults ever undertaken in Ireland. Since it began in 2009, over 8,500 people across Ireland have taken part in TILDA.
TILDA is carried out by a team of experts in health, life and ageing research, in collaboration with a wider group of researchers, scientists and doctors who are experts in different areas of ageing.
Our team will be showcasing findings from the study work at an interactive research exbibit to share the importance of what research provides to society in Ireland.
- Examples of health assessment texts: Grip Strength
- TILDA Findings: Chat to our team about our cutting-edge research findings on topics including Mental and Physical Health, Diet, Brain Ageing and much more.
- Recent TILDA Replenishment Campaign
- Dr Joanne Feeney, Ph.D. Senior Research Fellow and Cognitive Neuroscience group lead at TILDA will be speaking at 11am on Friday on ‘Healthy Brain Ageing’ and the latest findings from TILDA.
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