Be a 21st Century GSA Founder by Supporting the Next Generation of Scholars Today

On May 18 — GSA Founders Day — the Society begins its 80th year as a professional membership organization advancing research, clinical practice, education, and policy in the field of gerontology.  Thanks to the visionary leadership of five scholars who took the initiative to establish the nascent GSA in 1945, we all enjoy the robust community of 5,500 colleagues that our Society today.

Early-Stage Investigators: The Butler-Williams Scholars Program Deadline is April 19

Calling all early-stage investigators! If you’ve completed your terminal research degree or ended your post-graduate clinical training, whichever is later, within the past 10 years and haven’t previously competed successfully as a program director/principal investigator for a substantial National Institutes of Health independent research award, the Butler-Williams Scholars Program may be just what you need to leap forward in your career in 2024.

GSA Welcomes the Leadership of Dedicated Members

GSA continues to offer more volunteer leadership opportunities than ever before, and we’re now in the time of year where we seek nominations for our highest offices — our Board of Directors and section leadership.

Join Us As We Confront Ageism in the Media

It’s a shocking, sobering scenario for anyone working in the field of gerontology — in the runup to the U.S. presidential election this November, the national conversation is daily, perhaps hourly, dominated by utter ageism.