The University of Scranton Hosts Second Annual Conference on Aging

May 11, 2012

The University of Scranton hosted the second annual Conference on Aging recently on campus. The conference, organized faculty members of the University and The Commonwealth Medical College with support from BlueCross of Northeastern Pennsylvania, included presentations from leading scientists, surgeons, physicians, educators, government officials and community leaders. From left are conference organizer Tabbi Miller-Scandle, Ph.D., director of research and sponsored programs at the University; conference speakers Bruce Ames, Ph.D., professor in the Graduate School of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of California at Berkeley; Brian M. Duke, secretary of aging for Pennsylvania and University of Scranton graduate; and Pennsylvania State Senator John Blake, adjunct faculty member at the University’s Kania School of Management; and conference chair Herb Hauser, Ph.D., faculty member of the Psychology Department at Scranton.

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