Center for Healthy Aging
We are a catalyst for interdisciplinary research and evidence-based outreach and education about healthy aging. As a community-engaged center, we aim to be a premier local, regional, and nationally-recognized resource for discovery and application of research on biological, cognitive, psychological, social, and behavioral factors that lead to healthy and successful aging.
Please contact Ali Murphy to set up meetings, calls, or room reservations. For questions relating to operations, funding, or grant support, email Annette Foster. For communications, events, or outreach inquiries, contact Hannah Halusker. And for any overarching research, planning, development, or service-related requests, email Nicole Ehrhart (Director).
Human bodies and minds are constantly aging. From birth to death, aging is a slow gradual process that occurs over time. Understanding aging, its mechanisms,
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