The Global Sarcopenia Alliance for Researchers and Clinicians in Early Career (GoSARC) brings together early career researchers and clinicians from around the world. GoSARC has been developed and is run by its members. Its founders are Esmee M. Reijnierse, postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Melbourne, and Jesse Zanker, geriatrician and PhD student at the Australian Institute of Musculoskeletal Science. It is free to join the GoSARC community and engage in a variety of activities including online collaborative forums.
GoSARC’s vision is to progress sarcopenia research worldwide and to translate sarcopenia research into clinical practice.
GoSARC’s mission is to unite, share knowledge and collaborate with early career researchers and clinicians who have an interest in sarcopenia.
There are opportunities to develop your profile and adopt leadership roles within GoSARC in your own country or region.
Email us to join or find out more. Find us on Slack, or online forum for sharing publications, conferences, resources and more. You can also follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.