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Center for Research on Aging

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The Center for Research on Aging in Gerontology was established in 1998 under the leadership of Andrew P. Goldberg, MD, and Jay S. Magaziner, PhD, MSHyg. Dr. Magaziner assumed sole leadership of the Center in 2015 when Dr. Goldberg retired from the University of Maryland.

The center coordinates research and research training in those areas of gerontology that transcend traditional disciplinary lines and are amenable to an interdisciplinary approach to critical issues in aging research. It interfaces with the University's existing efforts in gerontology and geriatric medicine to develop research, educational and clinical programs that nurture and expand research and research funding in aging.

Dr. Magaziner assumed sole leadership of the Center in 2015 when Dr. Goldberg retired from the University. Since then Dr. Magaziner has continued to shape the Center's directions and sucessfully expanded membership to 134 affiliates including 20 leaders from all schools across campus and UMBC.


Upcoming Event

26 APR
Symposium 2 PM | Taylor Lecture Hall, Bressler Research Building

Cardiovascular Research: Implications for Healthy Aging

Please join us as faculty from various schools across UMB campus and UMBC come together to present their research on cardiovascular health in older adults. This is a great opportunity to hear of current research being conducted in and around our campus.

After the presentations (3:30-4:00 pm), light refreshments will be served. Dr. Miller will be available to sign his book "Heal Your Heart: The Positive Emotions Prescription to Prevent & Reverse Heart Disease."

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Past Symposiums

Cardiovascular Research: Implications for Healthy Aging

Symposium: April 26, 2018

Michael Miller, MD, FACC, FAHA
Heart & Soul: New Insights for a Sound Mind & Healthy Heart

Shari Waldstein, PhD
Cardiovascular Risk Bodes Poorly for Cognitive Aging

Amanda Lehning, PhD, MSW
Neighborhood Characteristics and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease: A Preliminary Analysis of Pathways

N. Jennifer Klinedinst, PhD, MPH, MSN, RN, FAHA
Post-Stroke Fatigue as an Indicator of Cellular Energy Dysfunction

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