Research for Successful Aging: People, Policy, Practice & Pithy Presentations

Thursday, December 13, 2018
4:00 - 5:30 pm
111 Wende Hall, University at Buffalo South Campus

(free parking in Townsend and Parker lots)

Join us for lively seven-minute presentations on current aging-related research by faculty from across the disciplines, followed by a networking reception with festive refreshments!  RSVP requested below.  Speakers include:

Sean Fahle, PhD, Department of Economics, “"How the poorly-insured long-term care risks faced by the elderly spill over into just about all aspects of economic behavior and the economy."

Jeanne Langan, PT, PhD, Physical Therapy Program, Department of Rehabilitation Science, “Technology innovation and entrepreneurship in home rehabilitation*”

Machiko Tomita, PhD, Department of Rehabilitation Science, “What if I don't have silver sneakers?"  UB-Blue Cross/Blue Shield falls prevention collaboration

Laura Wray, PhD, Department of Medicine; Center for Integrated Healthcare, Veterans Health Administration, “Why do I care about Alzheimer's Disease in Primary Care?”

*Provisional titles

Questions?  Or would you like us to feature your research at a future UBCSA event?  Contact UBCSA Associate Director Danielle Pelfrey Duryea at