Professor Vincent Mor of Brown University discusses the research potential of the Minimum Data Set clinical assessment tool.
Category: Honors & Awards
Brendan Miller is a neuroscience PhD student in the Cohen Lab. Miller, who recently earned a Young Investigator Award from Alzheimer’s Los Angeles (ALZLA), spoke to us about his research studying mitochondrial mutations in Alzheimer’s disease. Q: What are you hoping to discover? A: We
The 2018 Recipients of the Hanson-Thorell Family Research Scholarships have been announced
The award recognizes Finch's achievements as an Alzheimer’s neurologist and professor and notes how he has, “combined anthropology and molecular biology in his approach to aging, showing the fruitfulness of the dialogue between the hard sciences and human and social sciences.”
The Navigage Foundation has awarded $500,000 in grants for aging research at the USC Leonard Davis School. Faculty members Mara Mather, Kelvin Yen and Valter Longo will each receive $100,000 for research focused on heart rate variability and the effects on cognitive function, mitochondrial-derived peptides
The USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology celebrated the achievements of its largest graduating class ever during the school’s 2018 Commencement Ceremony on May 11 in Tutor Hall on the USC campus.
USC Professors Kelvin J. A. Davies and Enrique Cadenas have been named officers of France’s National Order of Merit — a prestigious award and honor bestowed by the President of France (Grand Master of the Order).
Three USC Leonard Davis undergraduate students were recently recognized for their scientific achievements at the 20th Annual Undergraduate Symposium for Scholarly and Creative Work on April 11. Sandhyarani (Sandhya) Gullapalli, mentored by Patrick Sun, PhD, of the Davies Lab, earned second place in the category of
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.
Fellowship in the Royal College honors individuals who have made major and significant contributions to the practice or science of medicine.