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Aging studies PhD student to serve as panelist at FCOA conference

Cassidy Doyle

Doyle's research interests are cognitive aging and modifiable risk and protective factors of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

Cassidy Doyle, a PhD student in the School of Aging Studies, will serve as a panelist for the session "Advancing Your Career in Aging at Any Age" at the Florida Council on Aging (FCOA) conference. This interactive session sponsored by AARP Florida is perfect for leaders at any stage in their career. Panelists will detail what they wish they knew as they entered the field, the toughest part of their job, and what they are excited to learn from emerging leaders.

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