Faces of Aging II: A Photographic Journey
Presented by Marilyn Brodwick, MS, Research Associate, Sealy Center on Aging, from the Lefeber Winter Series on Aging Lecture Series held on January 28, 2014.
Back to the Future: Alzheimer's Prevention Trials
Presented by Dean M. Hartley, PhD, Director of Science Initiatives, Medical and Scientific Relations, Alzheimer's Association, from the Lefeber Winter Series on Aging Lecture Series held on February 11, 2014.
Is HIV a Model of Accelerated Aging?
Presented by Kevin P. High, MD, MS, Professor of Medicine and Translational Cheif, Section of Infectious Diseases, Associate Dean, Clinical Research, Wake Forest School of Medicine, from the Lefeber Winter Series on Aging Lecture Series held on February 18, 2014.
Pathways to Healthy Aging: The Case of Costa Rica
Presented by Luise Rosero, PhD, Research Associate, Berkely University, from the Lefeber Winter Series on Aging Lecture Series held on February 25, 2014.
Aging in Mexico: Why We Need to Study It
Presented by Rebecca Wong, PhD, P. & S. Kempner Distinguished Professor in Health Disparities ; Associate Director and Senior Fellow, Sealy Center on Aging; Professor, Preventive Medicine & Community Health; Director, WHO/PAHO Collaborating Center on Aging and Health. This presentation was part of the Lefeber Winter Series on Aging Lecture Series held on March 4, 2014.
Aligning National Priorities with Stakeholder Input to Improve Post-acute Stroke Care Delivery
Presented by Janet Prvu Bettger, ScD, FAHA Assistant Professor, Duke University School of Nursing Senior Fellow, Duke Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development Fellow, American Heart Association.
Supported by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (grant # R24HS022134). Co-Sponsored by the Sealy Center on Aging and the Center for Recovery, Physical Activity and Nutrition
"The Hallmarks of Aging" lunchtime lecture series - May 21st through June 11th
Invited by Dean Protas, Dr. John Papaconstantinou, Professor in our Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and holder of the Bertha and Robert Bucksch Distinguished Professor of Aging, will be presenting four lunchtime lectures titled “The Hallmarks of Aging” and everyone is welcome to attend. The four-part lecture series, dates and topics include:
The one hour lectures, beginning at noon, will include Dr. Papaconstantinou’s presentation and a question and answer period. The lectures will be held in Quad Rm. 1.202 in the SHP/SON Building and lunch will be provided. Reservations are required and space is limited. RSVP to Clay Wade, firstname.lastname@example.org.