Friedman Center for Aging Seminar

April 4, 2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Knight Hall Emerson Auditorium (Danforth Campus)

“Crash Course in Aging: Fast-Paced Facts on Longer Life”

“More Than Just Pretty: Clothing Innovation for Aging”
Mary Ruppert-Stroescu, Washington University, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts

“On Being an OLDer Student at Washington University”
Lynne Johnson & David Habif, Jr., Washington University, Brown School

“A Pal We All Need: Palliative Care”
Kim Gladstone, Gateway End-of-Life Coalition

“Learning to Fall”
David Marchant, Washington University, Arts & Sciences

“Aging to 100 & Beyond: Maintaining a Healthy Brain”
Monique Williams, VITAS Healthcare-St. Louis

“Sharing Spaces: Connecting Students and Homeowners to Reduce Housing Costs”
Brandon Sterling, Skinker DeBaliviere Community Council

“Exercise & Alzheimer’s Disease”
Marta Stojanovic, Washington University, Arts & Sciences

“To Thine Own Self Be True: Choosing and Communicating End-of-Life Care Preferences”
Meghan McDarby, Washington University, Arts & Sciences

“Another Year Older, Another Year Wiser? Emotion Regulation Strategy Selection and Flexibility Across Adulthood”
Lameese Eldesouky, Washington University, Psychological & Brain Sciences

Event Sponsors: Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging at the Institute for Public Health