Viewing a potential case of elder abuse or neglect through a “forensic lens” can help accurately identify mistreatment.
Archive: September 2016
Longo is the USC Davis School's third recipient of the award, which supports research associated with the biology of aging and the extension of the healthy human lifespan.
PBS’ Next Avenue cited research by the USC Leonard Davis School’s Fall Prevention Center of Excellence.
The Los Angeles Times interviewed Stevie Tu’ikolovatu, Master of Arts in Gerontology student and defensive lineman for the USC Trojans, about his transfer to USC and his goals for helping older adults after graduation.“They have a lot more wisdom than anybody else,” Tu’ikolovatu explained. “And
To mark National Fall Prevention Day on September 22, Professor Jon Pynoos offers tips to avoid falls when enjoying the outdoors this season.
Forman, one of the pioneers in redox signaling, is recognized for his key contributions in the area of biology and medicine of superoxide.
Why working to make our communities age-friendly is so important—for all of us.
A Next Avenue article about the transforming workplace opportunities for aging adults mentioned the Bank of America Merrill Lynch longevity program and noted that it was developed with the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology.
Supported by a new grant from the Alzheimer’s Association, Professor Christian Pike explores a key Alzheimer’s gene and how it disproportionately impacts women.
Adults 65 years and older watch more traditional TV than any other age group. See our expert's picks for the best portrayals of issues relevant to primetime’s prime audience.