In-utero exposure to the coronavirus pandemic could cause developmental difficulties and accelerated aging in the century ahead, say USC researchers.
USC study also reveals differences in preventive behavior based on gender, race, education, state of residence, health condition, and trusted news source.
$2.9 million National Institute on Aging grant to Eileen Crimmins supports collaboration of large studies to answer questions about how life circumstances affect gene expression and health.
Whether someone takes proper precautions to fight COVID-19 may be linked to whether they trust right- or left-leaning media outlets, according to a new USC Leonard Davis study.
National Institute on Aging-funded center has been a pioneering force for integrating biological data into population studies for more than 20 years.
U.S. death certificate data appears to vastly underestimate the true mortality burden of dementia and other cognitive impairment, according to a USC-led study.
Three USC Leonard Davis alumni discuss upcoming trends and challenges for their communities and the senior living industry.
To mark the United Nations-created holiday, the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology led campus-wide events raising awareness of the opportunities and challenges related to our aging society.
Rahil Khasgiwale chose a Master of Science degree program at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology before pursuing his medical degree so that he would be prepared to tackle cutting-edge issues related to aging.
During National Suicide Prevention Week, Professor Elizabeth Zelinski discusses the need for better mental health supports for older adults.