Crash Course in Aging: Fast-Paced Facts on Longer Life

November 07, 2017
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Frick Forum, Knight Hall, Danforth Campus

Join us for a fun evening of stories and insights. Bring friends, family, and colleagues to hear speakers talk for five minutes each on a variety of topics. Walk-ins are welcome. Food and beverages will be served.

Schedule

5:30pm Doors Open
6:00pm Welcome
6:10-7:45pm Presentations with Break

Speakers

Aging Drivers: Fact, Fiction, and Predictions
Ganesh Babulal, Washington University, School of Medicine

Sexual Health for Older Adults
Katie Childs, Washington University, Brown School

Mind the Gaps! Millennial and Older Adult Investor Stories
Joan Fernandez and Elizabeth LeClair, Edward Jones

Scholars
Assistant Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Arts & Sciences
Professor of Psychiatry, School of Medicine

Aging Purposefully after Retirement
Patrick Hill, Washington University, Arts & Sciences

How to Help the Aging Brain: New Research at WashU
Eric Lenze, Washington University, School of Medicine

More Than Just Pretty: Clothing Innovation for Aging
Mary Ruppert-Stroescu, Washington University, Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts

Making Sure Your Train Is on Track
Debra Schuster, Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C.

Parking Directions
Frick Forum is located on the first floor of Knight Hall on the north side of the Danforth Campus. The closest parking areas to Knight Hall are Snow Way Parking Garage on Snow Way Dr via North Big Bend Blvd and Milbrook Parking Garage on Throop Dr via Forest Park Pkwy (Milbrook Parking Garage is the closest). There is no charge for parking after 5:00 p.m. Click HERE for Danforth Campus Parking Maps.

Event Sponsors: Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging at the Institute for Public Health

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