UCSD Gerontology Research Collaborative


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The Gerontology Research Collaborative (GRC) is a group of researchers from the University of California San Diego and other institutions in the area (e.g., Sanford Burnham Prebys, Salk, SDSU) who are doing work in gerontology and who wish to exchange ideas for collaborations, create working groups surrounding research themes (e.g., physical activity, biomarkers of aging, disparities, cognition, epidemiology, technology), and to host events for the broader San Diego region. We intend to be as inclusive as possible, bringing together researchers with a variety of backgrounds including basic science, translational research, clinical practice, mental health, public health, and related disciplines. 

As a part of this group, we hold a monthly GRC seminar series to highlight local gerontology research.  Formats vary from seminars by local faculty, short talks from early–stage investigators (postdocs, fellows and students), and invited presentations by leading gerontologists.  We also distribute regular emails informing our community about research opportunities and local events. Career development and training pertaining to gerontology research will also be provided as our group develops.

The GRC meetings occur on the second Thursday of every month, from 4:00 - 5:00 pm at Medical Education and Telemedicine MET Room 223. Please, join us!