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Scientific Seminar: Socioeconomic conditions and cognitive aging in a rural, low-income setting – 2024 E. Monument Street, Powe Room 1-500Q

3:30 pm / 5:00 pm
February 6
Lindsay Kobayashi, PhD, M.Sc. is an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology in the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan. Dr. Kobayashi will present "Socioeconomic conditions and cognitive aging in a rural, low-income setting: triangulating evidence across complementary study designs" at the February 6th Center on Aging & Health Scientific Seminar series.  The event will take place at 2024 E. Monument Street, Powe Room 1-500Q.  This event is sponsored by: The Matthew Tayback, Sc.D., Memorial Lecture Fund; Center on Aging & Health; Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology; Johns Hopkins Older Americans Independence Center; Epidemiology and Biostatistics of Aging Training Program.
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