Announcing the First University-Wide Columbia Aging Workshop

November 11, 2014  The Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Initiative and the Columbia Aging Center join forces to present "The Aging of Mind, Brain and Behavior in Context" -- the first Columbia Aging Workshop for invited Columbia faculty.  Together with Executive Vice President for Research Michael Purdy and MBBI Co-Director Thomas Jessell, program committee members Thomas Di Prete, Franck Polleux and Ursula Staudinger have planned a rich three-session afternoon that will elicit a dialog among investigators of three major axes of human aging -- biological, behavioral and contextual.  The Columbia Aging Center looks forward to reporting about the outcomes of this invitational workshop later this year in this space.  For further information, please contact the Columbia Aging Center.