“Even among a population of Medicaid patients who are similarly economically disadvantaged, Latinos are shouldering an unfair burden of this deadly pandemic,” said study co-author Mireille Jacobson.
How short-lived neutrophils respond to pathogens appears to vary greatly between the sexes and with age, says Bérénice Benayoun.
USC-Buck Geroscience Training Program in the Biology of Aging funds pre- and postdoctoral researchers at the USC Leonard Davis School.
In the US, COVID-19 reduced overall life expectancy by over 1.3 years, with the effects on Black and Latino populations 2 to 3 times those for the White population, says postdoctoral scholar Theresa Andrasfay.
A new study shows that the Tsimane people in Bolivia are unique for their healthy brains that age more slowly.
Using MRIs and machine learning, researchers mapped comparable degenerative changes in gray and white matter of the brain.
USC researchers conduct first-ever study of Abl1 gene’s role in neural stem cell biology and the implications for cognitive decline.
University Professor Caleb Finch proposes a new model to describe how small changes in cells can contribute to significant differences in lifespan.
“Demographers have an essential role in helping the public better understand and interpret the statistics being thrown at us in our data-driven world,” says Jessica Ho.
Current literature is not sufficiently inclusive of the issues African-American women face as they attempt to age in place, says Reginald Tucker-Seeley.