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Aging & Health


Currently not accepting applications, please check back in January 2024.

Congratulations to the
Class of 2022!

On May 20th we had the pleasure of celebrating our newest class of graduates in-person:

  • Nephelie Andonyadis ’21
  • Scott Foster ’21
  • Ana Johnson ’22
  • Lelia Reed ’22
  • Katy Roberts ’22
  • Amelia Smith ’22
  • Zoe Byington ’22

Upcoming Events

Our events are hybrid or entirely on Zoom. If you would like to attend the Zoom segment, please use the registration link in the description. Current Georgetown student/faculty/staff interested in attending the in-person segment, please email to RSVP.

Healthy Aging Symposium
Fisher Colloquium, Hariri Building
July 14, 2022 10 am – 4 pm

The GUMC Center for Healthy Aging, the Aging and Alzheimer’s Research Training Program, the Georgetown Aging and Health Program, and the Georgetown Lombardi Institute for Cancer and Aging Research are pleased to sponsor our first annual symposium focused on aging.

This symposium is open to the entire Georgetown University community and its community partners. Presenters will be addressing critical issues in aging research, policy and care from cells to society and include transdisciplinary researchers from several Georgetown Schools, cross-campus programs, community groups, MedStar Health and the NIH.

Our goal is to have attendees get to know others interested in aging, describe resources, and stimulate people coming together to form new teams to address challenges of an aging society.

The symposium will include:

  • Panel discussions
  • Research talks
  • Posters
  • Networking time
  • Lunch

The symposium is offered at no cost and is open to all members of the Georgetown community and our community collaborators and partners.

Aging & Health Spring Seminar Series: A Talk with Yogesh Shah

In case you missed it – our Spring AGHL Seminar with Dr. Yogesh Shah is now available on our YouTube channel

Dr. Yogesh Shah, MD, MPH, FAAFP discussed “Addressing Healthcare Disparities in Dementia Diagnosis Through Innovative Collaborations Between Faith-Based and Healthcare Communities.”

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