A recent analysis of nearly 200,000 researchers – roughly the top 2% of the world’s scientists – has shown several USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology faculty members to be among the most highly cited investigators on the planet.
Category: Honors and Awards
Terrie Moffitt of Duke University delivers the 2021 Esther and Isadore Kesten Memorial Lecture.
The Academy for Gerontology in Higher Education Administrative Leadership Honor recognizes extraordinary efforts in advancing gerontology education.
Research Assistant Professors T. Em Arpawong and Sebastian Brandhorst will each receive $25,000 in funding for one-year pilot projects.
The Maximizing Investigators' Research Award directly supports scientists, providing stability, flexibility and more opportunities for breakthroughs.
The distinguished honor is given for outstanding contributions to new knowledge about aging through basic biological research.
The Population Association of America Irene B. Taeuber Award recognizes innovative contributions to the scientific study of population.
The American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) has announced that our 2015 PhD in Gerontology graduate Morgan Levine will receive the Vincent Cristofalo Rising Star Award in Aging Research.
Eileen Crimmins named an outstanding mentor for faculty and postdoctoral scholars; Min-Kyoung Rhee receives USC Dornsife general education teaching award.
Honor recognizes impactful public policy work.