The conference is hosted by the USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging.
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The event was hosted by the USC Edward Roybal Institute on Aging in partnership with the Center for Health Justice.
Murali Nair, an affiliate faculty member of the USC Roybal Institute, spoke at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.
Dr. Chui is internationally recognized for her research in Alzheimer disease and vascular cognitive impairment.
Congressional Efforts to Repeal the ACA and Reform Medicare — How Will It Affect the Medicare Program?
The workshop included information on ACA's Medicare provisions and discussed how a potential repeal could have impacted the program.
The USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck Arts Incubator invites everyone to a discussion with photographer Ron Levine who will talk about his photographs of geriatric inmates.
LatinosAgainstAlzheimer’s and the USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging discussed their joint report.
Mireya Vilar-Compte of the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City discussed her research on depression and elder abuse.
Designing Effective & Rigorous Research in Correctional Facilities: Experiences at a Women’s Facility
The event addressed the challenges of conducting research in correctional facilities.
'Even Me' is an award-winning documentary that highlights the rise of HIV/AIDS among older adults in communities of color.
Richard H. Carmona, the 17th Surgeon General of the United States, delivered the 2016 Edward R. Roybal Memorial Lecture.
Junsoo Hur, a visiting scholar at the USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging, gave a global health lecture.
We honored Roybal Senior Scientist Vern L. Bengtson at our reception this year.
The USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging unveiled its new report on Los Angeles County’s aging adult population.
Rick Settersten shared some lessons he's learned from studying young adulthood and what they mean for aging in the United States.
Chloe E. Bird offered strategies for social scientists to make their work accessible to others who can put that knowledge to work.
Members of GLIDE talked about how being in the LGBT community has affected their lives over the years.
The workshop gathered together scholars in aging from Mexico, China and the United States to discuss different international models of social support.
Representatives of the Clinical and Translational Science Awards program and the Healthy Aging Initiative spoke about emerging research opportunities.
Takashi Yamashita talked about geographic information systems (GIS) and health outcomes in the context of Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (NORCs).
Togo D. West Jr., former U.S. Secretary of the Army and former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs, gave the 2014 Roybal Memorial Lecture.
The USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging hosted a free health fair on the USC campus to raise awareness about men's health issues.
Voices of Aging Chinese Immigrants: Implications for Policy and Practice in a Culturally Diverse Aging Society
Daniel W.L. Lai's presentation focused on linking research findings to different community realities faced by aging Chinese immigrants.
Engaging a Community for All Ages to Inform Environmental Policies: The Health & Aging Policy Fellows Program
Adriana Perez, the co-director of the ASU Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence, presented her research.
Hole in the Head: A Life Revealed is an award-winning documentary that tells the shocking, inspiring and extraordinary life story of Vertus Hardiman.
Advocates for African American Elders' first public event introduced the community to its work on behalf of African American seniors.
The USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging, in partnership with The University of Texas at Austin, hosted the conference at USC.
James Lubben of Boston College discussed the risks associated with social isolation among the older adult population.
Henry Cisneros, former secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), delivered the 2012 Roybal Memorial Lecture.
Frances Yang of the Harvard Medical School discussed her research on issues surrounding mental health measures for minority seniors.
Judith Feder, one of the nation's foremost experts on the U.S. health insurance system, spoke about the Affordable Care Act and Medicare.
Rep. Karen Bass delivered the 2011 Roybal Memorial Lecture.
Dilip Jeste, an expert in the field of aging, discussed his ongoing research on the criteria and determinants of successful aging.
Intergenerational Family Support for Chinese Older Adults: New Perspectives on Chinese Culture and Society
Scholars from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the United States convened at USC campus to discuss the changing role of elder care in China.
The inaugural Pearmain Prize in Research on Aging was presented to Kyriakos S. Markides.
Steven P. Wallace discussed the “Elder Standard Index,” a new tool that adjusts the poverty line to a more realistic level.
The event was co-sponsored with the USC Davis School of Gerontology for USC Parents Weekend.
The legislative breakfast forum was co-sponsored with the California Coalition for Caregiving.
Laura Trejo, Cynthia Banks and Ernie Powell spoke at the panel discussion.
Lynn Daucher, the director of the California Department on Aging, spoke at the first event in the lecture series.
Kyriakos Markides gave an overview of findings from his research and other studies on the health of older Hispanics.
Julie L. Gerberding, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), delivered the inaugural lecture.