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We foster collaboration among behavioral and social scientists, physicians, nurses, biologists, psychologists, social workers, educators, economists, policy experts, practice leaders, those who study the humanities and the arts, and many other scholars and researchers in aging. We believe the intersection of research from diverse areas is the best way to foster ingenuity, achieve the greatest impact, and promote optimal experiences of aging.

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  • Diversity-Focused UNITE Initiative Welcomes Stakeholders to Online Events
    by James Appleby
    May 16, 2022

    Since its inception in February 2021, the UNITE initiative at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has been working to identify and address structural racism within the NIH-supported and the greater scientific community, and to establish an equitable and civil culture within the biomedical research enterprise and reduce barriers to racial equity in the biomedical research workforce. As part of this work, the initiative has been conducting a series of public online sessions to present the latest data and ideas on diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in the biomedical workforce and in research, and featuring leaders from the NIH community as well as other experts from the biomedical research community.

  • A Tribute to Those Who Volunteer Their Time to GSA
    by James Appleby
    April 19, 2022

    As busy researchers, clinicians, and educators, the time you have available for other professional endeavors is limited. Yet so many GSA members make the time to be fully engaged with their Society, strengthening the field daily. So during this Volunteer Appreciation Week, we’re celebrating YOU as GSA could not move forward without the volunteer commitments of its members. GSA President Peter Lichtenberg says it best in a new video he’s recorded especially for this occasion.

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GSA 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting

  • Save the date: November 2 to 6, 2022, in Indianapolis, Indiana

GSA Connect

GSA offers its members exclusive access to interactive professional networking. This tool encourages online resource sharing, discussion of hot topics in the field, and other ways to collaborate with your GSA peers.

  • Membership Directory
    Members can find each other by name, institution, section, fellow status, and more.
  • Interest Groups
    GSA has many interest groups that are formed around a topic or issue that cuts across disciplines.

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