ISL Lecture Series- Fall 2023
The ISL Lecture Series is back this fall featuring world renowned technology and aging expert, Dr. Jeff Kaye.
Dr. Kaye is the Layton Professor of Neurology and Biomedical Engineering at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU). He received his MD in 1980 from New York Medical College. Kaye directs the OHSU NIA-Layton Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (OADRC), ORCATECH (the Oregon Center for Aging and Technology), and ORCASTRAIT (the Oregon Roybal Center for Care Support Translational Research Advantaged by Integrating Technology.) His long-standing research focus has been to advance methods to sustain healthy aging and treat dementia. This work has been facilitated by a remarkable cadre of interdisciplinary colleagues and collaborators both within the OADRC and ORCATECH, as well as many others at other research centers around the world.
We will be hosting Dr. Kaye on November 30th where there will be two chances to see him. First, he will be featured in a panel talk "Smarter Homes for Better Aging" at 10am at the Tallahassee Senior Center. Speaking on the panel alongside Kaye will be FSU’s Aging Center Leaders, Dr. Charness, Dr. Carr, Dr. Taylor and Dr. Boot. In the afternoon, he will be giving a lecture, "Using Technology to Advance Aging Research,” at 3:30pm in the Claude Pepper Center Broad Auditorium. Both are free and open to anyone who wants to hear him speak on his area of expertise.