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Kathy Black, PhD and Joanne Elayoubi, MA were invited to discuss social isolation and loneliness among older adults.
The research team examined the impact of cognitive reserve on cognitive resilience.
Debra Dobbs, PhD is a professor in the School of Aging Studies and academic director of the Center for Hospice, Palliative Care and End-of-Life Studies.
Their research study was the only psychosocial article published in this issue of the journal.
July 10, 2023School of Aging Studies
Cassidy Doyle will serve as a panelist for the session, "Advancing Your Career in Aging at Any Age."
Multiple CBCS students have been named recipients of various fellowships to support the completion of their doctoral degrees.
Aging studies faculty partner with 211 Tampa Bay Cares to help older adults with disaster preparedness
The videos are based on the research of Lindsay Peterson, PhD, a research assistant professor.
Fiscella's dissertation is “The Influence of Obesity and Lifestyle Factors on Cognition in Middle-aged and Older Adults."
June 5, 2023School of Aging Studies
The donation will help the center continue to offer pilot grant funding for graduate students and faculty who work with Chapters Health System as a community partner in their research.
Nelson's dissertation is titled, "Contribution of Contextual Factors and Neuropathology to Dementia."
May 31, 2023School of Aging Studies
Nasreen Sadeq, PhD was selected by the Gerontological Society of America and the Academy for Gerontology in Higher Education.
Lindsay Peterson, PhD presented her research on caregiver disaster preparedness at the 8th Annual Senior Education Summit.