Archive: April 2020

Strength Gains and Healthy Brains

Games like crossword puzzles and sudoku are often practiced to keep brains flexing, but in the face of cognitive decline, physical strength training could also help maintain or improve cognition.

Alumni at Work

How the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology helped three graduates explore the gerontology field and forge unique careers in aging and health.


Leading by Example

An accomplished scientist and award-winning mentor, Sean Curran helps students embrace surprises and the discoveries they can yield.

Teal Eich

Q&A with Teal Eich

Teal Eich, assistant professor of gerontology, is a cognitive neuroscientist who explores age-related changes in brain function.