Podcasts of IOA Events
Visiting Scholars Lectures currently available:
View It Again or Share: IOA Visiting Scholar Dr. Claudia Kawas, MD, and "The Oldest Old: 95 Is the New 65. Connect to MP4 file...
Sylvan M. Cohen Visiting Scholar 2010: Clifford J. Rosen, MD, Maine Medical Center Research Institute
"Aging and the Effects of Timekeeping on Bone Turnover and Body Composition" (April 28, 2010)
Length: 1hr 12min 33 sec
Michele K. Evans, MD, National Institute on Aging
"The Healthy Aging in Neighborhoods of Diversity Across the Life Span (HANDLS) Study: An urban study of health, race, and socioeconomic status" (March 3, 2010)
Length: 1 hr 21 min 8 sec
David A. Bennett, MD, Rush University
"Mixed Pathology and Neural Reserve: Implications for the Prevention of Alzheimer's Disease" (May 7, 2009)
Length: 57 min 9 sec
Mony J. de Leon, PhD, New York University
"The Presymptomatic Diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease Using Imaging and CSF Biomarkers," (April 30, 2009)
Length: 1 hr 7 min 46 sec
Lisa Gwyther, MSW, Duke University
"We Need to Do Something: An Alzheimer's Action Plan to Help Families Through Key Decisions," (July 22, 2008)
Length: 38 min 50 sec
Dr. Evan Hadley, National Institute on Aging "Opportunities for Translational Aging Research," (November 7, 2007)
Length: 1hr 5 min 1 sec
Dr. Vincent Mor, Brown University
"Measuring the Impact of State Policy Changes on Nursing Home Quality," (October 25, 2007)
Length: 1hr 8 min 2 sec
Dr. Gene Cohen, George Washington University
"The Mature Mind: The Potential for Creative Expression with Psychological Growth with Aging," (September 21, 2006)
Length: 1 hr 24 min 12 sec
Dr. Nancy Hooyman, University of Washington
"Towards a New Paradigm in Gerontological Education," (March 23, 2006)
Length: 1 hr 17min 11sec
Dr. Tom Perls, Boston University
"Deciphering Exceptional Longevity," (January 12, 2006)
Length: 1 hr 18min 16 sec
Accessing IOA Podcasts:
Follow the directions below to access the IOA podcasts - via iTunes. Our podcasts are listed in the iTunes Music Store and are available at no charge.
For those using iTunes and who have the iTunes software already downloaded on their computer, click on the link below to access IOA Visiting Scholars Series presentations. You can subscribe to the series through iTunes.
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Accessing the podcasts without iTunes
For those using other podcast aggregators or who prefer MP3 files, subscribe to the following address to download and listen to IOA Visiting Scholars Series presentations - http://www.upenn.edu/video/podcast/ioa/ioapodcast.xml.