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Archive: November 2018
The 2018 GSA Annual Scientific Meeting will feature symposia, posters and papers led by USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology faculty, postdoctoral and student researchers.
Tucker-Seeley, Edward L. Schneider Assistant Professor of Gerontology, spent the past year in Washington, D.C. as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow.
Funding will promote access to home modification and includes a focus on tribal and rural communities.
The Llama Podcast featured Paul Irving, chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging and Distinguished Scholar in Residence at the USC Leonard Davis School in an episode on how technological and scientific advancements have made aging more fulfilling. Irving states that if
Harvard Business Review published an op-ed by Paul Irving, Distinguished Scholar in Residence at the USC Leonard Davis School, on what the rapidly aging global population means for employers and the workforce. Soon, the workforce will include people from as many as five generations ranging in
Harvard Business Review published an op-ed by Paul Irving, Distinguished Scholar in Residence at the USC Leonard Davis School, on the buying power of older customers. The market for products and services for older adults is already strong, and it will become even stronger, he wrote.
Los Feliz Ledger columnist Stephanie Vendig discussed the recent USC Morton Kesten Summit on Transforming Homes and Communities to Support Healthy Aging: Innovations and Visions for the Future.
Next Avenue quoted Donna Benton of the USC Leonard Davis School on how family members and friends are crucial in caring for the nation’s aging population. “Caregivers are the backbone of our long-term care system. If we didn’t have family caregivers with unpaid help, our health
Forbes featured contributor Paul Irving, chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging and distinguished scholar in residence at the USC Leonard Davis School on the topic of investing in longevity science. Irving interviewed Jim Mellon, an investor and chairman of Juvenescence