To celebrate Black History Month and National Caregivers Day, Donna Benton joined legal advocacy group, Justice in Aging to discuss her work supporting Black caregivers, the importance of caregiving in the Black community, and strategies for advocates who wish to better support their Black older adult clients.
The university selectively awards the Distinguished Professor title to those whose accomplishments have brought special renown to USC.
Instructional Associate Professor Paul Nash, currently taking part in the 2022 AIDS/LifeCycle bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, discussed the challenges faced by older LGBTQ+ individuals in an episode of Lessons in Lifespan Health.
New assistant professor explores how diet and metabolism impact health and longevity.
The Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award directly supports scientists, providing stability, flexibility and more opportunities for breakthroughs.
Inspired by a popular class, Paths to Leadership in the Senior Living Industry, edited by Edward Schneider and Matthew Lifschultz MAASM ’18, collects the wisdom of top senior living leaders.
World Alzheimer’s Month: Andrei Irimia discusses brain health and the relationship between concussions and Alzheimer’s
Assistant Professor of Gerontology Andrei Irimia discusses the impacts of brain injury in the most recent episode of the Lessons in Lifespan Health podcast.
To help students stay active and relieve stress, Associate Professor John Walsh brings the exercise routine he led during online lectures to campus.
At age 64, John “Old Doc” Walsh of the USC Leonard Davis School recognizes the need to stay limber — especially in the middle of a two-hour online class.
Having walkable cities, good transit and the opportunity to work and connect would be good for residents of all ages.