The World Health Organisation has found that to age healthily we need to have opportunities to live and do the things we value and cherish because this improves our wellbeing in older age.
Dr Cynthia Bullock, Deputy Challenge Director, Healthy Ageing, UK Research and Innovation
Cynthia Bullock leads the innovation activities across the UK Government’s £98 million Healthy Ageing Challenge supporting the development and delivery of products and services that will allow people to remain active, productive, independent and socially connected across generations for as long as possible.
Cynthia has a background in health research, innovation and commercialisation having trained initially as a Biochemist and Molecular Biologist. Most recently, she led the delivery of Health and Life science programmes at Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency representing over £400 million of investment across therapeutics, MedTech, diagnostics and digital health technologies. Cynthia has an executive MBA.
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