Florida State University researchers have identified a link between two key parts of the brain that play significant roles in conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia and depression.
You are invited to hear Hyochol “Brian” Ahn, Ph.D., speak on "Feasibility and Efficacy of Noninvasive Brain Stimulation for Self-Management of Clinical Pain and Symptom Management" at noon January 31, via Zoom.
You can join the ISL Brown Bag at https://fsu.zoom.us/j/94317502666.
Why do some people live so long? Discover magazine explores that question in an article that quotes Institute for Successful Longevity Director Neil Charness and ISL Faculty Affiliate Angelina Sutin.
An FSU interdisciplinary research team of Faculty Affiliates of the Institute for Successful Longevity, led by Dr. Zhe He, has received the Best Interdisciplinary Research Award from the 2021 Aging and Health Informatics Conference (AHIC) for its presentation “Machine Learning-Based Predictions of Older Adults’ Adherence to Technology-Based Cognitive Training.”
Thomas Joiner, the Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor of Psychology and a Faculty Affiliate of the Institute for Successful Longevity, is among the most cited academics worldwide, according to the annual Highly Cited Researchers 2021 list from Clarivate, a data and analytics company.
The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) has honored Amy L. Ai, Ph.D., Professor of Social Work and a Faculty Affiliate of the Institute for Successful Longevity, with its Innovation Award.
Dr. Ai is only the second person to receive the society’s Innovation Award. The honor is given to an individual or group who has used innovative methods to advance the field of traumatic stress in the areas of prevention, research, treatment, teaching, policy and advocacy.
The American Medical Informatics Association has elected Zhe He, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the School of Information and a Faculty Affiliate of the Institute for Successful Longevity, as a Fellow of the association.
The American Medical Informatics Association has 5,600 members who are subject-matter experts in the science and practice of informatics as it relates to clinical care, research, education, and policy.
Sheila Salyer, head of the Tallahassee Senior Center and manager of Senior Services for the City of Tallahassee, talks about her 25 years' experience in helping older adults in Florida's capital, about how the Senior Center reached out during the pandemic and what she anticipates in the future, in the latest edition of the ISL Newsletter.