Dr Mike Gardner
Researcher in Healthcare Interventions
Mike’s current role is as the research coordinator on a project of how best to deliver Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment in a cost-effective way. He has a research background in both epidemiology and biological sciences. He has developed systematic review methodology for mechanistic studies and has published several systematic reviews and meta-analyses as part of the Healthy Ageing Across the Life Course programme (Halcyon). His current research interests are systematic reviews of healthcare interventions in frail older people.
Cortisol and cognitive function in midlife: The role of childhood cognition and educational attainment
Gaysina D. et al, (2014), Psychoneuroendocrinology, 47, 189 - 198
Gender and telomere length: systematic review and meta-analysis.
Gardner M. et al, (2014), Exp Gerontol, 51, 15 - 27
The association of vitamin D supplementation with the risk of cancer in postmenopausal women
Redaniel MT. et al, (2014), Cancer Causes & Control, 25, 267 - 271
A life course approach to neuroendocrine systems: the example of the HPA axis
Ben-Shlomo Y. et al, (2014), A Life Course Approach to Healthy Ageing
Social isolation and diurnal cortisol patterns in an ageing cohort
Stafford M. et al, (2013), Psychoneuroendocrinology, 38, 2737 - 2745