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Below you will find a list with all PhD students who are currently affiliated with the graduate school SWEAH.

Owasim Akram, Örebro University
Keywords: Ageing, extreme poverty, Bangladesh

Nilla Andersson, Lund University
Keywords: Parkinson’s disease, ageing, home and health

Andreea Badache, Örebro University
Keywords: Oldest-old, disability, morbidity


Emma Carlsson, Karolinska Institutet
Keywords: Socioeconomic inequalities, health and early labour market exits among older employees

Erik Eriksson, Lund University
Keywords: Life transitions, perceived housing, good ageing

Karin Erwander, Lund University
Keywords: Emergency care for elderly

Marcus Falk Johansson, Dalarna University
Keywords: Spouse carers, dementia, support needs

Joakim Frögren, Lund University
Keywords: Involving citizens and professionals in research on ageing and health

Nadezhda Golovchanova, Örebro University
Keywords: Unsafety feelings, anxiety, well-being

Yanfei Guo, University of Gothenburg

Christina Heller, Lund University
Keywords: Simulation models, housing policies, ageing in place

Elias Ingebrand, Linköping University
Keywords: Social interaction, dementia, learning 

Wossenseged Birhane Jemberie, Umeå University
Keywords: Substance use disorder among older adults 

Robin Jonsson, University of Gothenburg
Keywords: Participation, health and well being among elderly employees

Christine Laustsen, Kristianstad University
Keywords: Involvement, professionals, research processes

Peggy Ler, Jönköping University
Keywords: Obesity, body mass index, dementia

Sofi Levik Sandström, Umeå University

Amelie Lindh Mazya, Karolinska Institutet 
Keywords: Clinical geriatrics, multidisciplinary care, fraility

Hanna Mac Innes, University of Gothenburg
Keywords: Social inclusion for elderly immigrants

Jonathan Mak, Karolinska Institutet
Keywords: Frailty, genetics, biomarkers

Anna Meyer, Karolinska Institutet
Keywords: The ageing population in Sweden, changes in morbidity and mortality

Mahwish Naseer, Dalarna University
Keywords: Risk factors of acute health care utilisation

Anna Nivestam, Kristianstad University
Keywords: Health promotion, person centeredness, healthy ageing

Marie Olsen, Dalarna University
Keywords: Older people’s views on the core values of home care

Åsa Olsson, Karolinska Institutet
Keywords: End-of-life-conversations, implementation, elder care

Ingrid Olsson, Umeå University
Keywords: Ageing, self-management, long-term health conditions

Arianna Poli, Linköping University
Keywords: Digital technologies, digital exclusion, exclusion and inequalities in an ageing society

Marguerita Saadeh, Karolinska Institutet
Keywords: Association between psychosocial well-being and physical and cognitive function in older adults

Isabelle Von Saenger, Karolinska Institutet
Keywords: Intergenerational transfers, gender- and socioeconomic inequalities

Jacques Shebehe, Örebro University
Keywords: Ageing, treatment modalities and health outcomes

Emma Simonsson, Umeå University

Louise Sundberg, Karolinska Institutet
Keywords: Increasing life expectancy and health, gender and educational inequalities

Afsaneh Taei, Lund University
Keywords: ageing, neighborhood and well-being/health.

Emilia Viklund, Åbo Akademi University
Keywords: Gerontechnology, multi-method study approaches and mental well-being

Xia Li, Karolinska Institutet
Keywords: Biological age, biomarkers, lifespan

Xin Xia, Karolinska Institutet 
Keywords: Blood pressure, cognitive ageing, biomarkers 

Linn Zulka, University of Gothenburg
Keywords: Cognitive health in the retirement process

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