Enjoy this recording of our ISL Brown Bag Lecture, featuring ISL Faculty Affiliate Zhe He. He presented on his research titled "Using Informatics and AI to Support Older Adults’ Comprehension of Lab Test Results" on November 17th 2023.
The ISL Lecture Series is back this fall featuring world renowned technology and aging expert, Dr. Jeff Kaye.
Dr. Yang Hou joins the Institute for Successful Longevity as its newest Faculty Affiliate.
ISL Faculty Affiliate, Dr. Leo Liu, has recently been appointed by the International Society of Thrombosis and Hemostasis (ISTH) as the Co-Chair of Scientific and Standardization Committee (SSC) on Biorheology.
Long Xie, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the School of Communication Science and Disorders, speaks on “The Ups and Downs of Aging Brains: Using Precision Imaging to Map Brain Organization in Older Adults.”
Congratulations to two of our ISL Faculty Affiliates who have been awarded a Florida Department of Health Ed and Ethel Moore Alzheimer’s grant worth $350k. Dr. Julia Sheffler and Dr. Ravinder Nagpal will begin work soon on their newly funded project titled “A scalable Mediterranean-ketogenic nutrition intervention to improve gut and brain health in underserved rural older adults with mild cognitive impairment.”
Reviews for the 2023 ISL Planning Grants have been completed and two grants will be awarded to our ISL Faculty Affiliates for their outstanding interdisciplinary grant proposals. Congratulations to Dr. Michelle Parvatiyar (pictured on left) and Dr. Zilong Xie (pictured on right.) We are looking forward to your research results!
ISL Affiliate Lynn Panton awarded with Henry Montoye Scholar Award from our regional chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine. Scholar Award recipients are accomplished researchers, mentors, and leaders in Southeast ACSM. The 2023 Scholar Award recipient, Lynn Panton, PhD, FACSM, shares these same qualities. Congratulations Dr. Panton!
ISL Affiliate awarded with the 2023 FSU Distinguished Teacher award! FSU Associate Professor of Communication and ISL Faculty Affiliate Russell Clayton’s efforts to motivate students to discover their own creativity and excel in their careers have earned him the university’s most prestigious honor for teaching.