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Enviromental Geriatrics

A Geriatric Psychosocial Web Site

Geriatrics Grand Rounds 2002 – 2003

Thursday, September 26 David Hamerman, MD
Director, Resnick Gerontology Center
Albert Einstein Medical College
Montefiore Medical Center
Statins and Bone: Emerging Aspects of Interest for the Geriatrician

Monday, November 4 Richard Mayeux, MD **
Sergeivsky Professor of Neurology,
Psychiatry and Epidemiology
Director, Sergeivsky Institute
Co-Director, Taub Institute of Research on
Alzheimer's Disease and the Aging Brain
Genetics, Hereditability and Epidemiology of Longevity in Older New Yorkers *

Tuesday, December 3 George Martin, MD **
Professor of Pathology
Adjunct Professor of Genome Sciences
University of Washington School of Medicine
The Evolutionary Biological Theory on Aging: A New Classification of Gene Actions that Escape the Force of Naturalization *

Thursday, January 23 Jeffrey Berger, MD
Director of Clinical Ethics
Department of Medicine
Winthrop-University Hospital
Multicultural Issues in Geriatric Care

Thursday, February 20 Ngaire Kerse, PhD, MBChB **
Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy, Commonwealth Fund
Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Falls Assessment and Prevention in the Nursing Home

Thursday, March 27 Robin DiMatteo, PhD **
Professor, Department of Psychology
University of California-Riverside
Why Patients Don't Follow Treatment Regimens: 50 Years of Research on Patient Adherence

Thursday, April 24 Gunnar Gouras, MD
Assistant Professor
Department of Neurology & Neuroscience
Weill Medical College of Cornell University
Challenges in Translational Research for Alzheimer's Disease *

Thursday, May 22 Robert Rohrbaugh, MD **
Associate Residency Director
Director Medical Student Clerkship
Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine
Assertive Case Management for Elderly Patients with Severe Medical Illness and Co-Morbid Anxiety and Depression

Thursday, June 26 Karl Pillemer, PhD Professor, Dept. of Human Development Cornell University - Ithica Director, Cornell Gerontology Research Institute
A New Look at Supporting Families and Caregivers

* Denotes Geriatrics Translational Seminars
** Denotes Visiting Professor
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