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Faculty member Vegard Skirbekk's work shows that when it comes to global health care dollars, older adults are left out in the cold.
May 9, 2017

Center director Ursula M. Staudinger cited in this piece from the German press about the cohort effect in aging and that people over 80 are healthier from generation to generation. 
April 26, 2017

As a way to combat age stereotypes and ageism, Faculty member, David Weiss, carries out research to better understand our own negative feelings about growing old which in turn drive ageism. Professor Weiss is cited in this Digiday piece.
April 21, 2017

Center director Ursula M. Staudinger comments of older adults' desire to return to work once retired and to find new paths.
April 6, 2017


Faculty member, Dean Linda Fried, cites the role of volunteering and paid work in the production of better physical and mental health in Chris Farrell's NYT piece.
March 3, 2017

Dorian Block weighs in on her project "Exceeding Expectations" in this week's Next Avenue featuring 12 pictures that will make you think differently about getting older.
February 6, 2017

The work of Mailman School of Public Health MPH student, Taylar Peoples, is featured by Leoneda Inge, Age Boom Academy alumna. Peoples's research with mentor David Weiss, demonstrates the racial differences in perceived loss of status. 
January 9, 2017

Faculty member, Dean Linda Fried, weighs in on the importance of meaningful engagement for successful aging in Kerry Hannon's Forbes piece.
January 8, 2017

Ursula Staudinger joins Oliva Mitchell and Jay Olshansky to discuss the latest science on human longevity and the implications for employers.
December 14, 2016

Faculty member Linda P. Fried, MD, featured in a video about aging research on the occasion of the 2016 Inserm Prize. December 2016