A KPCC Graying California piece profiled Xu Chair in Gerontology George Shannon and discussed why many older Californians choose to stay in the workforce.
Archive: April 2019
The killifish have come to USC, and they might just have the answers to holding back aging.
The Wall Street Journal published a column by Paul Irving on how his wife, Susie’s, concern that hearing aids might signify decline and diminished capacity had to be balanced against the prospect of better hearing.
MemoryWell quoted Donna Benton in an article on a proposed “Care Corps” modeled after AmeriCorps. Benton said the concept of a care corps offers promise for creating a better trained workforce for the future. “In the worst case scenario, even if they don’t stay in
A fasting-mimicking diet could spur cellular repair and improve health, says USC Leonard Davis Professor Valter Longo.
Kelvin Davies named Distinguished Professor; Sean Curran and Jennifer Ailshire recognized as extraordinary mentors.
Southwest Florida NBC affiliate WBBH quoted Valter Longo on how fasting can affect health in a story on how celebrities, including Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, have tried intermittent fasting.
Experts from across USC present the latest science while addressing harmful myths during the 10th annual What’s Hot in Aging Research event.
The Philadelphia Inquirer featured research by Mireille Jacobson of the USC Leonard Davis School and USC Schaeffer Center on whether recorded shortages of certain chemotherapy drugs impacted patient care. Jacobson found that although some of the chemotherapy drugs most frequently used Medicare patients had a
“I think of what I do as really trying to quantify the aging process,” says 2015 PhD in Gerontology graduate Morgan Levine.