The Sealy Center on Aging supports a number of research, education, and community service related events throughout the year that focus on improving the health and well-being of the elderly. Follow @UTMB_SCoA on Twitter for event announcements.
Lefeber Winter Series on Aging
- Tuesday Evenings January 28 through February 26, 2020
- 5:00 - 6:00 pm
- UTMB Administration Bldg, Caduceus Room (6.300)
The Lefeber Winter Series on Aging features five nationally recognized gerontology research educators, basic scientists, clinicians and social scientists. Each speaker presents a lecture on an important aspect of aging research and consults with students, faculty and staff on research topics, grant applications and articles being written for publication.
Abundant Living Conference
- Laughter, the Best Medicine
- March 4-6, 2019
- Camp Allen in Navasota, TX
The Sealy Center on Aging partners with Camp Allen in Navasota, TX to provide the Abundant Living Conference, an engaging program that encourages older adults to embrace aging as a spiritual journey and to live the gift of years to the fullest. Learn from geriatricians; enjoy nature walks, cooking, canoeing and more! Register for the 2019 Abundant Living Conference
Walk to End Alzheimer's
- October 12, 2019
- 8:00 am - 12:00 noon
- Stewart Beach Pavilion, Galveston
The Galveston Walk to End Alzheimer's has a UTMB-Geriatrics/SCoA team. Together with the Department of Internal Medicine, our team has been recognized by the Alzheimer's Association as one of the top contributors to this event. To join, click on "Join My Team". You may also donate from a dollar to any amount as there is not a registration fee to participate.
Contact Krista Bohn at firstname.lastname@example.org; 713-314-1343 for more information.
Forum on Aging
- October 17, 2019
- 5:00 - 7:00 pm
- Levin Hall Dining Room
The annual Forum on Aging at UTMB is co-sponsored with Research Services to promote interaction and collaboration among faculty and student researchers by allowing them an opportunity to present their current research in a poster forum format. Last year, more than 90 researchers and students presented posters at the event. The Forum typically attracts an attendance of 200 people from across the campus and community.