A new report, Millennials and Dementia Caregiving in the United States, released today by the USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging and UsAgainstAlzheimer’s,...
USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging
Inheriting Genocide: Lessons from Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma in Holocaust and Armenian Genocide Survivor Populations
The symposium will highlight survivors of the Holocaust, as well as survivors of the Armenian genocide.
The event honors the late Congressman Edward R. Roybal, a visionary leader in establishing aging services and a champion for civil rights,
The meeting is the leading national forum for discussing ideas and issues in gerontological and geriatrics education.
By Vincent Lim
María Aranda, interim executive director of the USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging and associate professor at the USC Suzanne...
Minority Aging Findings
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.
Roybal Senior Scientist María Aranda is the co-author of the first study to examine the clinical and environmental determinants of frailty over time in a sample of nonfrail, old-old Mexican Americans with significant medical comorbidity and functional impairment.
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.