The 18th Annual CALM (Caregivers are Learning More) Conference will take place on Saturday, November 3 and will feature expert speakers, onsite health screenings and a resource fair.
Archive: October 2018
The USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology Scholars and Benefactors Luncheon is an annual event recognizing the donor support that makes achieving strides in gerontology a reality.
Economist and USC Leonard Davis Associate Professor Mireille Jacobson studies how health care policies affect patient well-being.
New report examines how policymakers and workplaces might better support caregivers, who are impacted both personally and professionally while providing care.
Declines in Americans’ life expectancy warrants thorough examination of possible systemic causes, says USC Leonard Davis Assistant Professor Jessica Ho.
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 USC Leonard Davis School professor makes Time's first annual list of the most influential people in health care.
Meet Mei-Lee Ney, the trailblazer behind the school's transformative $20 million gift.
Shape Magazine recently quoted Eileen Crimmins on how Americans are staying younger longer. “We measured people’s biological age through different markers of good health and found that the pace of aging has slowed over the past 20 years,” said Crimmins.
USC Leonard Davis students traveled across Italy and Germany for a course exploring how ancient burial practices inform modern-day approaches to life and death.