Laura Trejo '82, MSG/MPA '86 listens and communicates across disciplines and cultures as general manager of the L.A. Department of Aging.
USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology Professor Valter Longo, expert on dietary restriction and regeneration, leads team of USC and Harvard researchers looking to slow aging and prevent disease.
"Quiet Heroes - Over Eighty," a new exhibit in the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology's Sophie Davis Gallery by photographer and USC alumnus Barry Shaffer, provides universal life lessons from older Los Angeles immigrants and people of color.
Fellowship in the Royal College honors individuals who have made major and significant contributions to the practice or science of medicine.
A robust economy, increased life expectancy, and changing consumer demands are spurring new trends in how and where adults will live as they age, according to experts.
Ross W. Cortese, a former fruit seller-turned real estate developer, is remembered as a builder who helped shape the future of retirement living and education by laying foundations for Leisure World and the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology.
Examination of 20-year trends shows risk factors, and gender and age differences, decreasing among adults over 50. Researchers say medications play a major role.
The USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology has been a recipient of Keith Renken's support through the establishment of a scholarship fund, the Renken Family Scholarship, as well as his leadership as former chair of the school’s Board of Councilors.
With help from the USC Family Caregiver Support Center, a community leader spearheads a support group for caregivers at First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Los Angeles.
Study reveals some good news, especially for men, say USC and Yale researchers.