The Chronicle of Philanthropy noted two recent gifts to USC, including a $20 million donation by Mei-Lee Ney to create a longevity and healthy aging center at the USC Leonard Davis School.
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The New York Times interviewed USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology Assistant Research Professor Anna Rahman and featured USC Leonard Davis research about the use of Yelp and Nursing Home Compare websites by consumers looking to choose a nursing home. “We had a growing sense of
Los Angeles Business Journal highlighted a $20 million gift to the USC Leonard Davis School from Mei-Lee Ney to create a research center on healthy aging and longevity as the world’s population ages. “Mei-Lee Ney’s generosity comes with a keen understanding that a society is
Daily Mail (UK) cited research co-authored by Mara Mather of the USC Leonard Davis School on how it gets harder to focus without being distracted past the age of 55, particularly when under stress, because of the way our brains change over time. “Deciphering exactly how
Los Angeles Sentinel reported on a research project by Donna Benton of the USC Leonard Davis School’s Family Caregiver Support Center to survey California residents who work and support a family member, friend, or loved one with a serious health condition or disability.
MarketWatch cited research from the USC Leonard Davis School about the increasing likelihood that Americans born today will reach the age of 90.
BigThink cited research by Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School about the health benefits of intermittent fasting.
The San Jose Mercury News quoted Berenice Benayoun of the USC Leonard Davis School on how individual immune cells age and the impact of an individual’s environment on the aging process.
Business Insider noted research by Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School to develop a meal kit to guide individuals through intermittent fasting.
McKnight’s Long-Term Care News featured a study led by Anna Rahman and Susan Enguidanos of the USC Leonard Davis School on how social media users who rate nursing homes often do so using more service-oriented criteria than government officials. The study compared Yelp reviews of nursing