63173-Sprague, Bri

Bri Sprague, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

RF 428
Indianapolis, IN
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I joined the Indiana University School of Medicine faculty after completing a postdoctoral fellowship in population neuroscience of aging and Alzheimer's disease at the University of Pittsburgh in Fall 2022. As a gerontologist, I am interested in understanding what changes occur as we age and identifying ways to ensure that we age as successfully as possible.

I am also a research investigator with the Regenstrief Institute Center for Aging Research.

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Titles & Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Medicine
  • Education
    2019 PhD Pennsylvania State University
    2014 MS Pennsylvania State University
    2012 BA University of Kansas
  • Research
    My emerging research program is focused on identifying modifiable risk and resiliency factors of older adult physical, cognitive, and psychological health and well-being. Ultimately, my goal is to use findings from observational studies to develop fun, sustainable behavioral interventions that promote resilience. In particular, I am interested in developing these interventions among sexual and gender minoritized individuals in order to eliminate health disparities and promote flourishing among this population.
  • Professional Organizations
    Gerontological Society of America

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