A mutation in the small protein SHMOOSE is associated with Alzheimer’s risk and highlights a possible target for treatment.
NIA grant promotes diversity and participation in the aging research workforce of the future.
Beginning in the fall of 2021, these innovative programs, offered both online and on campus, will provide students with a flexible approach to gaining expertise for in-demand careers in areas of food service management, dietetics, and nutrition across the lifespan.
“Project Reveal: Celebrating the Caregiver in You” will discuss issues facing caregivers and focus on how family caregivers can celebrate themselves by taking time for respite activities.
Using technology and engaging the senses can help us tackle loneliness among older adults, say USC experts.
USC gerontology experts have tips for how you can help older adults practice social distancing but still feel in touch.
The coronavirus pandemic presents new challenges to senior care, but with some planning and determination, the risk can be mitigated, according to experts from the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology.
Events encouraged students, staff, faculty and community members to embrace ethnicity, gender, race, culture, age, career paths, and other factors that define diversity.
Volunteer opportunity provides senior living residents with manicures, makeovers, and companionship and inspires a gerontology student to do more.
One in six older adults worldwide is believed to be a victim of some form of abuse.