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Enviromental Geriatrics

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Past Visiting Professors

  • Leo Cooney, M.D., Yale University, "Musculoskeletal Problems in Older Adults"
  • Mary Tinetti, M.D., Yale University, "Falling and Immobility in Older Adults"
  • Hillel Rosen, M.D., Harvard University,"Estrogen Replacement Therapy in the Elderly Patient"
  • Carmel Dyer, M.D., Baylor College of Medicine, "Linking Medical Students with Community Service in Aging: The Baylor Adult Protective Service Home Visit Program"
  • Sharon K. Inouye, M.D., M.P.H., Yale University, "Delirium: Risk Factors and Prevention"
  • Richard Mayeux, M.D., Sergeivsky Institute Genetics, Hereditability, and Epidemiology of Longevity in Older New Yorkers
  • George Martin, M.D., University of Washington School of Medicine The Evolutionary Biological Theory of Aging: A New Classification of Gene Action that Escape the Force of Naturalization
  • Ngaire Kerse, PhD, MBChB, University of Auckland-New Zealand Falls Assessment and Prevention in the Nursing Home
  • 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"
  • Robert Rohrbaugh, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of medicine. "Assertive Case Management for Elderly Patients with Severe Medical Illness and Co-Morbid Anxiety and Depression"
  • Thomas Perls, MC, MPH, Director, New England Centenarian Study, Boston Medical Center. "The Different Paths to 100"
  • Lew Lipshitz, MD, Harvard University School of Medicine. "Aging and Frailty-Mathematical Models"
  • Kelly Skeff, MD, Stanford University School of Medicine. "Medical Education"
  • Terri Fried, MD, Yale University, Keynote Speaker, Center for Aging Research and Clinical Care Annual Aging Symposium
 
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