These medical scientists at IU School of Medicine and partner institutions are improving the health care and self-care of older adults through research.
IU School of Medicine’s Center for Aging Research wouldn’t be able to do its work without strategic partners nationwide, including Indiana Alzheimer’s Disease Center, Eskenazi Health, CHIIS/CTSI, CICOA, Purdue University, IU School of Nursing, Evans Center, University of Indianapolis, IU Health, IU Respect Center, Indiana State Dept. of Health and IU School of Informatics and Computing.
Purdue University scientists include Gregory W. Arling, PhD and Barrett Caldwell, PhD, and collaborators at IUPUI School of Informatics and Computing include Erin Brady, PhD and Richard J. Holden, PhD. In addition, IU Herron School of Art and Design’s Youngbok Hong conducts research for the Center for Aging Research along with Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at IU Bloomington’s Anne Krendl, PhD, IU School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences investigator Chiung-Ju Liu, PhD, OTR, IU Health’s Daniel F. Evans Center for Spiritual and Religious Values in Healthcare collaborator Saneta Maiko, MS, PhD, IU Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences’ Laura L. Murray, PhD, and Indiana University School of Social Work’s David Wilkerson, PhD, LCSW.