It’s that time again for the USC Leonard Davis School’s annual interdisciplinary symposium, “What’s Hot in Aging Research at USC?” This year’s meeting, to be held on April 22, 2013, will focus on “Integrated Approaches to the Study of Aging” and will unite experts from across USC’s campus in the field of aging and aging-related science.
With a registration fee of $25, which includes lunch and parking, the all-day event promises to be the biggest and best yet in the School’s history.
“We’re so proud that ‘What’s Hot in Aging Research at USC’ has grown into one of our School’s flagship events,” said Associate Dean Maria Henke. “It is so inspiring to see experts who span the full scope of USC’s most cutting-edge aging research uniting in one place to share their awe-inspiring work.”
For more information, visit gero.usc.edu/USCAgingResearch