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Use of Technology in Older Adults

a Fitbit on the wrist of an elderly personAs older adults’ use of technology grows, telemedicine and remote monitoring systems represent a new access point to improving geriatric care. Read More

Sarcopenic Obesity

graphic showing factors which contribute to obesityObesity in combination with sarcopenia is increasing in adults aged 65 years and older. Effective evidence-based therapies can be helpful for improving physical function in older adults. Read More

Frailty and Adverse Outcomes

Portrait elderly woman. MexicoBy evaluating the associations of frailty with important clinical and biological outcomes, the team hopes to gain a mechanistic understanding of why people develop frailty. Read More