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Scientific Seminar Series

With support from The Matthew Tayback Memorial Fund in the Division of Geriatric Medicine and under the auspices of EBA training program and the Older Americans Independence Center, the Center on Aging and Health (COAH) hosts a monthly Scientific Seminar Series. Seminars are attended by faculty, fellows, trainees, staff, and others with interests in aging from across the university. The broad goal of the COAH Scientific Seminar Series is to stimulate interdisciplinary research investigating the health concerns for an aging society, particularly focused on opportunities for prevention, through engaging leading experts in the discussion of research agendas and findings pertaining to the field. Past seminar speakers include James F. Fries, MD, Bruce McEwen, PhD, and James W. Vaupel, PhD among many other distinguished speakers.

Contact Information 
Monique Lee 
E-mail:mlee10@jhmi.edu 
Phone:(410) 955-0491 
Seminar Details 
Location:2024 E. Monument St. Room 1-500Q
Date:1st Monday of the month, unless otherwise noted
Time:3:30-5:00pm EST
Sponsor:The Matthew Tayback Memorial Fund, primarily

 

 

 

 

 

2018-2019 Scientific Seminars

November 5, 2018: Jeremy Walston, M.D., Raymond and Anna Lublin Professor of Geriatric Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, “The Unifying Biology that Impacts Frailty, Resiliency and Age-Related Phenotypes.”

December 3, 2018: Susan Resnick, Ph.D., Chief of the Laboratory of Behavioral Neuroscience, National Institute on Aging, “Predictors of Cognitive Decline and Resilience: The BLSA and Beyond.”

February 4, 2019: Lauren Nicholas, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Health Policy & Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, will present “Data Linkages and Health Economics of Aging.”
 


2017-2018 Scientific Seminars

DatePresenterSeminar Title
October 2, 2017Linda P. Fried, MDDean, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health; DeLamar Professor of Public Health Practice; Professor, Epidemiology & MedicineBuilding a Third Demographic Dividend: Science for our Future
November 6, 2017Rebecca Gottesman, MD, PhDProfessor, Dept. of Neurology & Epidemiology; Director, Clinical Research, Johns Hopkins Bayview Neurology; Johns Hopkins UniversityDementia as a Preventable Disease: Evidence from Epidemiology
December 4, 2017Alicia I. Arbaje, MD, PhDDirector, Center for Transformative Geriatrics Research; Associate Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of MedicineMeasuring and Improving the Quality of Older Adults' Transitions from the Hospital to Home Care
February 5, 2018George Demiris, PhD, FACMIProfessor, Dept. of Biobehavioral Health Sciences - School of Nursing, Dept. of Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics; University of Pennsylvaniavideo Personal Health Technologies for Older Adults and Their Families
March 5, 2018Mick Smyer, PhDProfessor of Psychology, Bucknell Universityvideo Graying Green: Climate Action for an Aging World
April 2, 2018Joseph E. Gaugler, PhDProfessor, School of Nursing; University of Minnesotavideo Cyber-Security Blanket or Simply another Stressor? Remote Activity Monitoring for People with Dementia and Their Family Caregivers
May 7, 2018Sarah Shizuko Morimoto, PsyDAssociate Professor, Director of Cognitive Remediation, Aging, Technology & Translational Neurotherapeutics, Dept of Psychiatry; University of UtahComputerized Cognitive Remediation for Geriatric Depression

Past Seminars

List of 2016-2017 Seminars

Please click here for a full list of all Seminars on Aging Series presentations, Fall 2003-Spring 2016.

 
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