Global web ALERT button

News and Events

The Sealy Center on Aging supports a number of events related to research, education, and community service throughout the year focusing on improving the health and well-being of the elderly. Follow @UTMB_SCoA on Twitter and visit our Facebook Page for announcements.

News Archive

Caregiver and Patient Support Study (CAPSS) Seeks Volunteers

Jun 27, 2023, 07:08 AM by SCOA

A new research study, the Caregiver and Patient Support Study (CAPSS) led by Monique R. Pappadis, MEd, PhD, FACRM, and colleagues is seeking volunteers in the community as well as among healthcare providers.

Are you a caregiver of, or someone diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment or Alzheimer’s disease and related Dementia? Participate in an interview to create a screening tool to help protect older adults and improve referral for services. Interested? Contact: Lisa Thibodeaux, BSN, RNC-OB, Research Nurse II at (409) 747-1756 or Download flyer:

We are also seeking volunteers who:

  • Are a UTMB healthcare provider (social worker, nurse, nurse practitioner, or physician) in a primary care setting
  • Have experience working with patients diagnosed with MCI/ADRD 

Learn more:

Current Events

Annual Events