Advances in Health and Aging Research Across the Translational Spectrum: A Multi-University Research Symposium

The University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Wayne State University have teamed up to present “Advances in Health and Aging Research Across the Translational Spectrum”, a research symposium. The event is sponsored by The University of Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research, The Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center, The Michigan Older Americans Independence Center, Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine, and Wayne State’s Institute of Gerontology and will take place on November 29th, 2017 at the North Campus Research Complex, Building 18 Dining Room in Ann Arbor. The event includes junior faculty and faculty presentations from all three universities and a poster viewing and networking session, in addition to breakfast and lunch. Topics covered in the day’s events include “Health Care Among Older US Minorities, Implications for Cognitive Health”, “Black-White Gender Differences in Cognitive Aging and Decline”, and “Cognitive Enhancement Through Brain Stimulation: Challenges and Opportunities” among many other topics related to health and aging research. To register for the event, please RSVP to Katie Kovalick at or 734-764-2719 by November 22nd. For more information and a more complete schedule, click HERE.