National Ageing Research Institute (NARI)


The National Ageing Research Institute was established in 1975 as a not-for-profit centre of excellence for research into ageing and improving the lives and health of older people.

NARI is renowned for its work in falls and balance, pain, dementia, mental health, carers’ health, healthy ageing, system improvements, public and preventive health and physical activity.

It also conducts a broad range of other clinical and psychosocial research, including research into cognitive decline and music therapy and older women’s health.

NARI currently employs more than 50 staff and as any one time manages over 50 research projects.

For more information, visit the NARI website here