The Multidisciplinary Center on Aging at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus was established in 1993 through an agreement between the Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs, the deans of the schools on the Anschutz Medical Campus and the leadership of the University of Colorado Hospital. The mission of the Center is to lead Age-Friendly university practices and initiatives across campus; promote improved health for older adults through the establishment and continuation of high quality and innovative clinical programs; the education of community professionals in geriatrics and gerontology; an emphasis on multidisciplinary team care and activity; the promotion of collaborative transdisciplinary efforts in basic, clinical, and health services research that span the university community; and elevate the voice for Older Coloradans through extensive advocacy and education to government, industry and academic stakeholders.
You know the clinical side of your doctor, what about the research that they are involved with some of the country’s top scientists? The Inaugural Geriatrics and Aging Symposium gives campus and community an opportunity to come together and hear from some of the top researchers showcasing their latest advances in aging health and wellness. Presentations will be rapid, practical, and timely so all attendees can walk away with new knowledge and tips to better understand how to age in a healthier way.
Mark your calendars to attend, as this is a unique Symposium opportunity to bring community members, service providers, academics, clinicians, researchers, and industry together for an enlightening exchange of new updates in Aging.
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CU Anschutz Multidisciplinary Center on Aging and AARP’s Wish of A Lifetime have partnered to nominate patients and research volunteers who have expressed a “Wish” or “Life Experience” that they would have loved to have throughout their lifetime. Clinicians, researchers and community members can nominate these special people for their “Wish of a Lifetime” by clicking here. Over 2500 wishes have been granted in the past 15 years, and so many more are waiting to be granted! If you have a special connection with an older adult who would benefit from a Wish, please nominate them today! For additional information email: Jodi Waterhouse, Director, Outreach CU Anschutz Multidisciplinary Center on Aging