Joseph F. Coughlin

Director, MIT AgeLab · Massachusetts Institute of Technology

You're not getting older, you're getting better! MIT's AgeLab Director explains how changing demographics will impact business & government

Aging Social Innovation Gerontology New Technology Understanding the Impact of Place On Well-Being

Corinne Kyriacou

Vice Dean of Health Professions and Human Services and Associate Professor of Population Health · Hofstra University

Vice Dean for Administration, HPHS and Vice Dean of Health Professions and Human Services and Associate Professor of Population Health

Health Care System Organization, Financing, Delivery and Reform Health and Aging Policy Public Health Leadership Planning, Implementation and Evaluation of Community Health Programs Integrated Care

Adam Woods

Associate Director · University of Florida

Adam Woods’ work demonstrates that combining cognitive training with non-invasive brain stimulation can improve cognitive abilities.

Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Cognitive Ageing Brain Imaging Dementia

Anna Muraco

Professor of Sociology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Intersection of Gay and Straight Life in Aging Social Relationships Gender Aging and the Life Course Caregiving and Friendship Across the Life Course

Chris Martens

Assistant Professor, Kinesiology & Applied Physiology · University of Delaware

Prof. Martens's laboratory is interested in understanding mechanisms by which impaired vascular function contributes to cognitive declines.

Alzheimer's Disease Aging Clinical Trials Cerebral Blood Flow Vascular Aging

Vera Gorbunova

Doris Johns Cherry Professor Professor of Biology and Co-Director of the Rochester Aging Research Center · University of Rochester

Gorbunova's innovative research on DNA repair and the aging process has been internationally recognized

naked mole rats Cancer Resistance DNA Repair Biology of Aging

George Kuchel, M.D., F.R.C.P.

Professor of Medicine, Travelers Chair in Geriatrics and Gerontology · University of Connecticut

Improving health and independence in older adults through multidisciplinary team science

Mobility and Frailty Voiding Issues and Urinary Incontinence Geroscience Geriatric Medicine Aging

Aprinda Indahlastari

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Aprinda Indahlastari focuses on achieving precision medicine by improving existing medical devices/intervention methods.

Cognitive Aging tDCS Computational Neuroscience Finitie Element Methods Neuromodulation

Katherine Arnup

Professor, Carleton University (Retired); Keynote & Presentation Speaker · Life Changes Coaching

Katherine Arnup is a writer, life coach, speaker, hospice volunteer, and retired Carleton University professor.

Death and Dying Medical Aid in Dying Hospice Care Aging Parents Caregiving

Rachael Seidler

Professor · University of Florida

Rachael Seidler researches the neural control of movement in health and disease, with a specific focus on motor learning.

Space Parkinson's Cognitive Ageing Neuroscience and the Brain Neuroplasticity

Dr. David Conn

Vice-President, Education ; Director, Centre for Education and Knowledge Exchange · Baycrest

An expert and author specializing in training psychiatric and behavioral problems encountered by medical and non-medical staff.

Geriatric Psychiatry Aging and Depression Geriatrics

Michael Scullin, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience · Baylor University

Professor Scullin’s research investigates how sleep physiology impacts memory, education, health, and aging.

Neuroscience Sleep Physiology Cognitive Neuroscience Sleep Neuroscience and Cognition Psychology

Wang Feng

Professor of Sociology · UC Irvine

Wang Feng is a leading expert on demography, aging, and inequality - particularly in China.

China Post-Communist Societies Social Inequality Social Demography Contemporary Chinese Society

James Mathieu

Professor Emeritus of Sociology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Demography and Population Analysis Race and Ethnicity Sociology of the Developing World Sociology of Africa Sociology of Hawaii and the Pacific

Sharon Collison

Clinical Instructor, Health Behavior and Nutrition Science · University of Delaware

Sharon Collison provides medical nutrition therapy (MNT) in University of Delware's Nutrition Clinic.

Weight/Health at Every Size Weight Management Sports Nutrition Healthy Aging Eating Disorders

Connie Corley, Ph.D.

Professor Emerit - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Connie Corley, PhD is a member of the doctoral faculty in the School of Leadership Studies

Human Development and Consciousness Spirituality Positive Psychology Interdisciplinary Teamwork Family Caregiving

Lyndsay Green

Sociologist · Independent

Lyndsay Green is a sociologist and researcher who has spent her career helping people use communications technologies for learning

Sociology Communication Retirement Education Aging and Elderly Parenting and Technology

Sara Burke

Professor · University of Florida

Sara Burke is a basic science researcher that investigates how different brain regions communicate over the lifespan.

Neurophysiology Diet and the Brain Neurobiology of Aging Cognitive Aging

Steven Weisberg

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Steven Weisberg studies the cognitive neuroscience of human spatial navigation, why people differ, and how to improve spatial behavior.

Memory Aging Cognitive Neuroscience Virtual Reality Spatial Navigation

Michael J. McClure, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering | BE, Vanderbilt University | Ph.D, Virginia Commonwealth University · VCU College of Engineering

Understanding the role of extracellular matrix and mechanical forces to regulate skeletal muscle structure, function, and innervation.

Muscle aging Cell-matrix interactions Integrin-mediated signaling Myoblast fusion Regenerative rehabilitation in skeletal muscle trauma