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22
Jul
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27
Jul
Golden gate bridge at sunset

21st IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics

22 Jul 2:00 PM - 27 Jul 1:00 PM
Moscone West
747 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
and
San Francisco Marriott Marquis
780 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

IAGG 2017 brings together more than 6,000 professionals from all over the world to tackle the challenges posed by today’s fast changing aging population.

20
Sep
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22
Sep
icaa logo with text

2017 International Conference on Aging in the Americas

20 Sep 7:00 PM - 22 Sep 1:30 PM
USC Center
1150 South Olive Street
30th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90015

The conference is hosted by the USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging.

03
Oct
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05
Oct
U.S. Capitol Building

UsAgainstAlzheimer’s National Alzheimer’s Summit

03 Oct 9:00 AM - 05 Oct 3:00 PM
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004

Join UsAgainstAlzheimer’s for three important, informative and engaging days, that bring together the very best minds in Alzheimer’s and dementia research and policy.

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Minority Aging Findings

Search for studies on Asian older adults

Roybal Senior Scientist Iris Chi is a co-author on a study that finds that older Chinese who were worried about not having a caregiver had higher levels of depressive symptoms than those who did not have that worry.

Search for Studies on Latino Older Adults

Roybal Executive Director William Vega is the lead editor of a book that examines one of the most important demographic changes facing the United States: an overall aging population and the increasing influence of Latinos.

Search for Studies on African American Older Adults

Roybal Senior Scientist Karen Lincoln is a co-author on a study that investigates the relationships among emotional support, negative interaction with family members and psychiatric disorders among older African Americans.