Inaugural Geroscience Los Angeles Meeting (GLAM) welcomes researchers from many Southern California institutions for a day of scientific discussion focused on students and trainees.
USC faculty, students, staff, and experts in gerontology, technology, and entrepreneurship gathered on September 8 for the inaugural Aging is Now | Aging is the Future: Entrepreneurship Symposium, jointly hosted by Marshall and Leonard Davis.
The National Institute on Aging (NIA) has awarded a five-year, $3.6 million grant to fund USC’s Resource Center for Minority Aging Research (RCMAR), which supports junior scientists exploring health and economic disparities associated with dementia.
Groundbreaking entrepreneurship event brings together experts from throughout USC to discuss meeting the emerging needs of an aging population.
Allele associated with increased risks for dementia and heart disease is linked to earlier age of first birth as well as shorter intervals between births in a Bolivian indigenous community.
Everett Kalin has long been an inspiration to his granddaughter Sidney, a sophomore human development and aging major at the USC Leonard Davis School and an avid hiker and adventurer.
Research in worms identifies a gene vital for balancing lipids and proteins within cells that may play a role in neurodegenerative disorders.