The Centre for Exercise and Healthy Brain Ageing is the UQ hub for a world leading research project investigating the effects of exercise on cognition in older adults.

Supported by the Stafford Fox Medical Research Foundation and housed within the School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences, this QBI shared facility enables multidisciplinary collaboration in a contemporary space.

UQ staff with specialist expertise from the Queensland Brain Institute, Centre for Advanced Imaging, and School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences are addressing pertinent research questions around exercise and cognitive health in adults aged 65 – 85 years.

Utilising the most advanced technology available, the Healthy Brain Ageing Team are conducting a human study from the Centre – ‘Optimising exercise for cognitive function in older adults’.

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