USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging

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The Roybal Institute Translating Research into Practice

Community Partnerships

The USC Roybal Institute builds community-university coalitions that advance the quality of life of low-income, ethnic elders.

Former U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona delivered this year’s Edward R. Roybal Memorial Lecture, which honors the USC Roybal Institute’s namesake and founder the late Rep. Edward R. Roybal—a champion for civil rights, equal opportunity and the establishment of aging services. Photo by Sarah M. Golonka.
Former U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona delivered this year’s Edward R. Roybal Memorial Lecture, which honors the USC Roybal Institute’s namesake and founder the late Rep. Edward R. Roybal—a champion for civil rights, equal opportunity and the establishment of aging services. Photo by Sarah M. Golonka.

Dissemination

The USC Roybal Institute contributes to the public understanding of aging issues and informs public policy that affects older, underserved ethnic minority populations.

A major report released by the Roybal Institute details important information about the health and overall well-being of adults age 50 or older in Los Angeles County.
A major report released by the Roybal Institute details important information about the health and overall well-being of adults age 50 or older in Los Angeles County.

Research

The USC Roybal Institute's translational research leads to new evidence-based interventions that improve the lives of older adults around the world.

A project led by Roybal Senior Scienitst María Aranda aims to help older Latinos with depression and multiple medical conditions.
A project led by Roybal Senior Scienitst María Aranda aims to help older Latinos with depression and multiple medical conditions.

Events

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News & Announcements

Statistics Show that HIV/AIDS is Not Just a Young Person's Disease

Even Me cast member

Even Me spotlights the growing epidemic among middle-aged and older adults in communities of color.

Op-Ed: Affordable Housing is Key Lever to Community Health for Older Americans

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Roybal Executive Director William Vega authored an editorial in the American Journal of Public Health that speaks to the importance of affordable housing for older adults.

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Contact Us

USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging
USC School of Social Work
Montgomery Ross Fisher Building (MRF)
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0411
Phone: (213) 740-1887
Fax: (213) 740-7735
Email: uscroybal@usc.edu