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Human aging is the result of biopsychosocial forces. The interactions among these three sources — biology, culture, and the aging individual — provide for variation within and between individuals. The range and limits of the modifiability of aging trajectories in light of this interactive nature of aging is the main focus of this Seminar which will draw from a wide range of disciplines — from biology, neurology, medicine and public health to psychology, sociology, economics, political science, demographics, and engineering.

Professor Jennifer Manly

Professor Martin Picard

Professor Kavita Sivaramakrishnan

Autumn Clemons

Meeting dates and locations are subject to change. Please confirm details with the seminar rapporteur.

Meeting Schedule

2:00 PM