Science-fiction sounding therapies are coming but diet and exercise work now, say leading aging experts at the Milken Global Conference.
Archive: May 2017
2017 Hanson-Thorell awards continue legacy of supporting promising research directions.
Nature Podcast featured Associate Professor Sean Curran on a panel discussing the challenges of aging. “Aging occurs at all levels of the body, from organs and tissues to cells and the basic molecules that make up those cells,” Curran said.
New York Times quoted USC Leonard Davis Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving about the best cities for retirees. Irving, also the chairman of Milken’s Center for the Future of Aging, acknowledges that the selections may strike some as a little odd. “We’re not suggesting
Next Avenue quoted Paul Irving, USC Leonard Davis School Distinguished Scholar in Residence and Chair of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging, on personal finance forecasts for people over 50. Irving said he expects that in the next five years, Americans 50
New USC Davis faculty member and 2017-2018 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow Reginald Tucker-Seeley looks beyond simple income measures to find out how individuals’ finance-related feelings and behaviors affect disparities in physical and mental health.
Four researchers receive the first annual USC Stevens Center for Innovation Commercialization Awards for patented fasting-mimicking diet technology licensed in 2016.
CBS News Detroit affiliate WWJ-TV noted Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School developed a fasting-mimicking diet that is sold commercially.
Student researchers receive awards in Life Sciences and Social Sciences categories as well as special awards from the American Physiological Society.
CNN quoted Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School on the difficulties associated with ensuring study patients follow strict caloric restrictions.