The 2022 Summer Research Program is underway creating a unique experience for students in global/public health and aging/neurological research.
Two Institute Faculty Scholars have written about their study into mental health of older adults. Read about it here.
The Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging has published a background resource with everything we need to know about the topic of “ageism”, understanding it and how to confront it.
The 2022 Friedman Lecture & Awards featured keynote speaker, Patrick White and panelists presented an exciting review of the latest innovations in palliative care.
The Friedman Center for Aging is releasing many new tools and presentations designed to help inform and inspire us all to educate ourselves and confront the often-overlooked issue of Ageism.