Social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic has not led to an overall increase in loneliness among Americans.
A new study by Florida State University researchers may help answer some of the most perplexing questions surrounding Alzheimer’s disease, an incurable and progressive illness affecting millions of families around the globe.
Neil Charness, director of the Institute for Successful Longevity, and ISL Faculty Affiliate Dawn Carr of the Department of Sociology recently spoke with Tom Flanigan, host of WFSU’s “Perspectives” show, about how technology provides a means for older adults to stay connected with family and community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ahmed Ismaeel, a doctoral student in the Department of Nutrition, Food and Exercise Sciences, has been awarded the In
The Institute for Successful Longevity has awarded its 2020 Planning Grants to two multidisciplinary research teams led by Maxim A.
The December 2019 edition of the Institute for Successful Longevity’s Newsletter is now available.Articles in the ISL Newsletter:
- How old is too old to run for president?
- Walter Boot awarded $4.6-million grant for center to focus on older adults with cognitive impairment
- Virginia Tech aging expert talks on elder abuse
The latest newsletter of the Gerontological Society of America mentions the Institute for Successful Longevity’s participation in InnoVenture Weekend, a student creative-challenge exercise here at Florida State University.