Poster Award for our work in the EGRAPA Conference (Lithuania)

Happy to announce that our colleague Emelyn Mathot has won the Poster Award for Young Researchers at The European Group for Research on Aging and Physical Activity (EGRAPA) conference in Kaunas, Lithuania last week, presenting our work «Are circulating inflammatory markers in older adults influenced by physical interventions?»

This work stems from a collaborative effort of our groups as part of the EU COST Action-Network on evidence-based Physical Activity in old age (PhysAgeNet). The main aim of this COST Action is to establish a sustainable network between researchers addressing the practice of physical activity in older adults in order to promote health and reduce the burden of inactivity in ageing populations.

Many congrats Emelyn!

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