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Healthy Age-dependent Reference Values for Microvascular Structure and Function
The greatest challenge in our ageing society are cardiovascular diseases such as stroke, heart attack, peripheral artery disease of the legs with non-healing wounds (ulcers), or diabetes. How healthy ageing affects the smallest blood vessels (microcirculation) and is not well understood. One reason for this is that no generally available medical instrument has the resolution to study the microcirculation. The recently developed optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA), currently mainly used by eye doctors, is able to visualise the microcirculation. We have developed an automated software (OCTAVA) to determine metrics to characterise the microcirculation on the layers of density, diameter and tortuosity. In the current study we aim at providing reference values of these metrics in hands and feet of healthy people according to age together with macrovascular function in arms and legs.GuildfordStart: May 2021
Neuroplasticity: The Effects of Exercise Training on Cognitive and Affective Functioning of Older People
This study investigates the effects of exercise on older people's cognitive and affective functions, and the possible underlying neurobiological pathways.Hong KongStart: October 2019
Statins in Reducing Events in the Elderly (STAREE) Heart Sub-study
The STAREE-HEART sub-study will examine the effect of statin treatment over a 3-year period compared with placebo on markers of cardiac ageing. This will include determining global longitudinal strain with transthoracic echocardiography, atrial fibrillation with home measures twice daily for two weeks and changes in biomarkers.Melbourne, VictoriaStart: October 2019