• USC Davis MSG Student, Alexander Woodman, receives Academic Support Peer Achievement Award
    Alexander Woodman, a student in the Master of Science in Gerontology program was recently awarded an Academic Support Peer Achievement Award for significant contributions advising and tutoring students who craved the opportunity to transfer to USC from other colleges and universities around the world. As a former Bruin who has flourished at USC, Alexander enjoys [Continue Reading...]
  • The Vibrant Living Retreat: Optimizing Our Capacity
    The Rancho Valencia Resort in Rancho Santa Fe proved to be the perfect setting for the 2014 USC Davis School Vibrant Living Retreat. Amid 45 acres of lush gardens and olive groves, retreat attendees were inspired to renew their commitment to a healthy lifestyle. “This is terrific experience,” said Mary Lou Dauray, an attendee and [Continue Reading...]
  • Gerontology Student Finalist for 2014 USC LAA Dr. John R. Hubbard Award
    USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology student Nicole Marcione is one of three finalists to be recognized for the opportunity to win the John R. Hubbard USC Latino Alumni Association award. Her assistance in research studying patients with sleep disorders and their treatments along with her drive to help older adults as a professional Pilates instructor pave a bright future in her career in the field of aging.[View Video...]
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  • Are you eating too much protein?
    USC faculty members’ recent collaborative published research has shed light on the possibility that eating too much meat, milk and cheese could shorten your life span. Featured in a Washington Post article Dr. Valter Longo and Eileen Crimmins weigh in on their findings. [ Continue Reading... ]
  • Sean Curran co-author of a mutant worm study may have the diet for you
    Sean Curran, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Gerontology was featured in a us news and world report article about his research. His research may provide us with answers as to why not every diet works the same for every person. Our genes may be the key to finding the perfect diet for each of us. [ Continue Reading... ]
  • Merrill Lynch hires first Gerontologist, Cynthia Hutchins of USC Davis School of Gerontology
    Dean Pinchas Cohen shares his thoughts. "We are so proud of Cynthia for this wonderful accomplishment, she is an excellent representation of the USC Davis School of Gerontology. We would also like to applaud Bank of America for their wisdom and foresight, it is our hope more organizations will share their vision and forward thinking." [ Continue Reading... ]

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