The gift honoring the school’s dean emeritus comes from a matching grant challenge issued by the Leonard and Sophie Davis Fund. Reginald Tucker-Seeley is named the inaugural chair holder.
A passion for learning and laughter propels USC alumna Phyllis Meltzer’s work and giving.
College years are a critical period for imparting nutritional know-how, says faculty member Cary Kreutzer.
Research from the USC Leonard Davis School and Stanford finds that caregivers make up the largest group of abusers and suggests targeted interventions might help reduce cases.
USC Master of Science in Nutrition, Healthspan and Longevity students and alumni receive awards from the national and state branches of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Older adults can benefit from following the advice we give to kids, says USC Davis School Professor Edward Schneider.
USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology Assistant Professor Jessica Ho wants to know why Americans live shorter lives, on average, than people living in other high-income countries.
A collaboration with the USC Leonard Davis School provides gerontology training to students of the Yamano Beauty College in Tokyo.
Economic development and health care reform may explain why older adults living on the island are less likely to report having heart disease, lung disease and cancer than mainland U.S. seniors.
Bérénice Benayoun explores the role of epigenetics—the ways that genes turn “off” or “on”—in the process of aging.