Chair of the Longevity Science Panel formerly National Statistician and Chief Executive of the Office for National Statistics, with experience and understanding of data resources, socio-demographic changes and public policy, is well placed to assess the impact of population trends on future life expectancy.
Professor of Neuroscience & Philosophy at the University of London, Emeritus Professor at Oxford and former Chief Executive of the Medical Research Council, brings knowledge of the biological basis of ageing and of trends in medical research and practice that are likely to influence life expectancy.
Formerly Director of Research and Development at the Department of Health in England, who is well placed to assess the health services' ability to deliver the changes emerging from health research findings.
Professor of Actuarial Science and Dean of Cass Business School is experienced in statistical modelling and mortality research, with the expertise to consider how to convert the findings of scientific research into a format for actuarial analysis.
A public health academic who is recognised for his work on obesity and the wide ranging detrimental effect this has on the health of the population and particular sub-groups.
"...Current challenges that will impact on both public and private services include topics ... such as future demographic change..."