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Innovations in Aging Research Webinar Series

The Innovations in Aging Research (IAR) Webinar Series aims to improve the quality of life of older adults by delivering timely resources, innovative topics and the latest research to professionals, caregivers, and older individuals. The series will provide information about wellness, successful aging, caregiving, trends in gerontology and geriatric rehabilitation medicine to provide quality caring practices for our aging population.

 

UPCOMING WEBINARS

 

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EEG-tracked Gait Provides an Unprecedented Window in the Neurophysiology of Cognitive and Motor Aging

9 JULY // 4:00 – 5:00 PM ET

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PAST WEBINARS

  • Physical and Mental Wellness With Immersive Virtual Reality for the Aging Population
    With guest speaker, Veena Somareddy, BS,MA, CEO 
    Covid-19 has impacted mental well-being and decreased physical activity, and heightened the feeling of isolation, especially for our seniors. This webinar will provide an overview of innovations in emerging technologies like virtual reality and AI that provide fun, engaging solutions and ways to motivate seniors to participate in physical and cognitive activities to improve cardiovascular efficiency and mental health.
  • Opportunities for Rehabilitation Researchers through PCORI 
    With guest speaker, Meghan Warren, PT, MPH, PhD
    Researchers interested in learning more about PCORI and the application process would benefit from this webinar. In addition to some process differences compared with NIH, PCORI also has a focus on comparative effectiveness research of interventions with known efficacy. Learning more about PCORI can help potential applicants be more competitive with funding. Additionally, Dr. Warren will briefly discuss other ways people can become involved with PCORI (e.g., Advisory Panels).
  • Exercise is Medicine for the Aging Brain (This webinar was not recorded.)
    With guest speaker, Patricia Heyn, PhD, FGSA, FACRM
  • Physical Activity Challenges & Solutions During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    With guest speaker, Cindy Lin, MD, FACSM