Global Research Network on Aging and Health (GRNAH)
USC School of Social Work Dean Marilyn Flynn stands with members of the newly formed Global Research Network on Aging and Health (GRNAH) at a symposium hosted by the Roybal Institute in Los Angeles, California on April 23-24, 2012.
GRNAH aims to improve and sustain health in diverse national populations by fostering evidence-based research in aging.
GRNAH promotes the use of comparative bi-national and international research for developing scientifically validated public health and patient care interventions especially for people living in low resource communities. The Network's investigators are situated in major research institutes and universities representing multiple disciplines. The founding institutions are the Instituto Nacional de Geriatría (Institutos Nacionales de Salud de México) and the Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging (University of Southern California School of Social Work).
Alberto Jose Mimenza Alvarado, MD
Emma Aguila, PhD
Frances Yang, PhD
Guilherme Luiz Guimaraes Borges, PhD
Héctor Gutiérrez Avila, MD
Hector M. González, PhD
Ladson Hinton, MD
Luis Miguel Gutierrez Robledo, MD, PhD
Maria Del Carmen Garcia-Peña, PhD
María P. Aranda, PhD
William A. Vega, PhD