Science of Aging

Science of Aging

Science of Aging


Saturday, March 16; 11:00am-12:00pm
Cross Center Meeting Room B

Cross Insurance Center, 515 Main Street

Human life spans have grown enormously in just a few generations, and with that comes some new issues that haven’t needed to be addressed on a large scale. In this forum, we’ll be looking at the science of aging from a  few different areas including cognitive functioning, working professionally in later years, long-term care, and genetics associated with kidney function and aging.


Fayeza Ahmed, University of Maine

Ron Korstanje,  The Jackson Laboratory

Lori Parham, State Director, AARP Maine


Danielle Kennedy, Penobscot Theatre Company – moderator


Participating MSF Partners:
The Jackson Laboratory, Penobscot Theatre Company, University of Maine


Audience: high school +

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Comment List

  • Nadine Lewis 12 / 03 / 2019 Reply

    Is this appropriate for aging adults like myself?

    • Kate Dickerson 13 / 03 / 2019 Reply

      Absolutely! Not just this forum – there are many MSF events that are geared towards adults.

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