The “Alzheimer’s Exposome” framework illustrates how environmental and genetic factors interact to more fully illustrate disease risk.
Large amounts of data are powering new discoveries and transforming the field of gerontology — including the tools students need in the 21st century.
Intergenerational gatherings can provide learning opportunities for all.
The 2019 GSA Annual Scientific Meeting will feature symposia, posters and papers led by USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology faculty, postdoctoral and student researchers.
Redirecting cells’ stress responses could strike a balance between defense against infections and long-term metabolic health, according to a new USC Leonard Davis study.
The Genetics Society of America and the Gruber Foundation have awarded Assistant Professor Bérénice Benayoun the 2019 Rosalind Franklin Young Investigator Award for her research in genetics.
USC and Duke researchers say the framework illustrates how environmental and genetic factors interact.
Study of the locus coeruleus – the “blue spot” – has helped researchers know more about learning, memory and Alzheimer’s disease, says Professor Mara Mather.
USC Leonard Davis faculty members host student researchers from Howard University, UC Davis, and Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University.
As USC Biology of Aging Ph.D student Juan Bravo watched his own parents age, he realized he wanted to do something that would help other older adults cope with age-related illnesses.