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Aging Institute Identified as Innovative Science Organization | UPMC Aging Institute

Aging Institute Identified as Innovative Science Organization

A special edition of The Pitt Pulse profiles The Aging Institute, among the 'innovative science thinkers and organizations' here in Pittsburgh.

Learn more about this distinction.


TIME Magazine Video Features Seed Grant Recipient | UPMC Aging Institute

TIME Magazine Video Features Seed Grant Recipient

A recently produced video entitled "Pittsburgh: The Comeback" features Basic Biology of Aging and Aging Institute Seed Grant winner Dr. Edward Burton.

View the article at TIME.


Betty Robison, MSN, RN-BC, Discusses Living Safely with Dementia | UPMC Aging InstituteBetty Robison, MSN, RN-BC, Discusses Living Safely with Dementia

The Aging Institute's Gerontology Educator, Betty Robison, MSN, RN-BC, discusses Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia Care, and how to keep individuals safe when wandering tendencies and anxiety are displayed by patients with these illnesses.

Listen to Betty's talk on the Alzheimer's Speaks Radio program, or read the accompanying blog article.


Richard Schulz, PhD, named co-chair of Institute of Medicine Family Caregiving Study | UPMC Aging Institute

Richard Schulz, PhD, named co-chair of Institute of Medicine Family Caregiving Study

Richard Schulz, PhD was appointed co-chair for the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Family Caregiving study. Dr. Schulz serves on both the Aging Institute Executive Committee and Board of Directors in addition to his roles as Director of the University Center for Social and Urban Research, Gerontology Program Director for the University Center for Social and Urban Research, and Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.


View past news articles about former director of the Aging Institute, Charles F. Reynolds III.