Gerson Galdamez is named a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Research Scholar. He will focus on solutions for elder abuse intervention and prevention.
Category: Alumni News
Dorie Mattson '80, CERT '15 wrote a column for the Christian Post on her biblical perspective of creativity and aging.
A list of the nation’s leading voices in the field of aging published in Next Avenue includes USC Leonard Davis School Dean Pinchas Cohen and alumnae Gretchen Alkema and Kathy Black.
A passion for learning and laughter propels USC alumna Phyllis Meltzer’s work and giving.
Research from the USC Leonard Davis School and Stanford finds that caregivers make up the largest group of abusers and suggests targeted interventions might help reduce cases.
USC Master of Science in Nutrition, Healthspan and Longevity students and alumni receive awards from the national and state branches of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
The USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology celebrates its largest class to date as well as the first graduates from two pioneering programs.
Already a celebrated young researcher, Laura Corrales-Diaz Pomatto is the first to graduate from the school’s pioneering PhD program.
New USC Davis faculty member and 2017-2018 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow Reginald Tucker-Seeley looks beyond simple income measures to find out how individuals’ finance-related feelings and behaviors affect disparities in physical and mental health.
In a pioneering collaboration with the USC Davis School that began in 1984, at least 60 USC Davis students have called Kingsley Manor home, earning room and board in exchange for two days of service each week.