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WelcomeThe Sealy Center on Aging at UTMB: Leading Aging Research Since 1995

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The Sealy Center on Aging focuses on improving the health and well-being of the elderly through interdisciplinary research, education, and community service by integrating the resources and activities relevant to aging at UTMB. The Center also implements our research findings in hospitals and clinics, bringing excellence and visibility to our health care system, and improving the health of our seniors.

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University of Texas Medical Branch
Sealy Center on Aging (SCoA)
301 University Blvd.
Galveston, TX 77555-0177
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Phone: (409) 747-0008


Lunch & Learns for Older Adults in the Community

Jun 17, 2022, 11:07 AM by SCOA
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The Sealy Center on Aging is offering a summer series of Lunch & Learn programs for older adults in association with Seaside Seniors, a group that meets weekly in Galveston.  If you are not a member of Seaside Seniors, RSVP is required to attend at 409-266-9647 or  Please see below for a tentative schedule of events. 

Please plan to arrive by 11:15 AM.

  • June 9:  St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Dr. Rafael Samper-Ternent, UTMB Sealy Center on Aging - “Healthy Brain, Healthy Aging”
  • July 7:  Moody Methodist Church, Jennifer Young, NP, Tammie Michael, NP, and Jessica den Herder, NP, UTMB Geriatrics House Calls Program - “Hurricane Preparedness and Resources for Older Adults”
  • July 21: St. Augustine of Hippo Episcopal, Dr. Rizwana Sultana, UTMB Internal Medicine – “Sleep Problems and Aging”
  • July 28: Grace Episcopal Church, Jake Trione, Certified Master Fitness Trainer & Functional Aging Specialist, Co-Owner TriFitness Gym and John Adiletta, Co-Owner, TriFitness Gym* - "Physical Activity & Aging"
Stay tuned to our website and social media for updates and don't forget to join the Community Connection to receive future newsletters. 


*TriFitness Gym is a sponsor of this series of lunch & learns.


Research ProgramsSupported in part by the Sealy Center on Aging