The UCR Aging Initiative brings together intellectually diverse researchers from the Bourns College of Engineering, the College of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences, the College of Natural & Agricultural Sciences, the Graduate School of Education, the School of Business, the School of Medicine, and the School of Public Policy to explore every facet of aging and its effects on individuals and society. 

Our vision is to use a transdisciplinary approach to establish new paradigms to tackle the multifaceted issue of aging.

Workshop on Aging

On November 27, 2018 UCR researchers convened at Winston Chung Hall 205-206 from 1-5 pm and explored their common interests in a range of disciplines related to aging, from biomedical research and bioengineering to psychology, economics and public policy.
 

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Expertise

telomer

Why we age



Biomedical Sciences

Cell, Molecular & Developmental Biology

Genomics & Systems Biology

Metabolomics

Gut Brain

Neuroscience

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Coping with aging



Bioengineering

Stem Cells

Psychology

Artificial Intelligence

Neuroscience

Psychiatry/Neurology

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Aging and Society



Sociology

Economics

Education

Public Policy

Healthy Communities

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