Clinical sciences

Jane Masoli

Member since 2023

Occupation: Senior Clinical Research Fellow at University of Exeter / Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

An interdisciplinary approach is essential to address key problems in health and social care, which impact on all people globally. As a geriatrician I am particularly driven to work collaboratively towards maintaining healthy ageing and providing excellent care to those with frailty and multimorbidity, a major societal issue with the increasingly ageing population.


Jane Masoli is a Consultant Geriatrician and NIHR Advanced Fellow at the University of Exeter. Jane has a research interest in cardiovascular ageing in the context of multimorbidity.

She is an emerging leader in ageing research and worked with the NIHR Clinical Research Network Ageing Specialty Group and the British Geriatrics Society as a specialist trainee shaping the ageing research strategy nationally. She was a Healthcare Leadership Academy Scholar 2020/21 and Age and Ageing Editorial Fellow 2020-22.

Jane’s primary research aims to understand the causes and implications of blood pressure decline in older age. She is also a work package lead for the GEMINI multimorbidity collaborative and leading the development of a multimorbidity community of practice in multimorbidity nationally.


  • Engaging under-represented audiences
  • Evidence based governance
  • External impact on career progression
  • Healthy lifestyle support
  • Interdisciplinary research opportunities
  • Long-term health conditions
  • Open data
  • Public Health messaging
  • Research translation