Our seven laboratories are dedicated to pursuing research that will lead to cognitive health for life.
Adults over 60 with optimal blood pressure and high fitness levels can keep up mentally with people half their age, according to a recent brain-imaging study
Dr. Kristen Kennedy and her colleagues describe how they used a pair of imaging techniques to tie the degradation of circuitry in one region of the brain to reduced efficiency in executive functions.
These findings are important because traditionally these three aspects are studied separately, but only their combined study can help unravel their associations…
Dr. Gagan Wig’s Lab receives National Institute on Aging grant to further research on link between socioeconomic status and Alzheimer’s disease
Scientists at the Center for Vital Longevity are engaged in a variety of research studies aimed at understanding memory, cognitive aging, and Alzheimer’s Disease.