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The Kogod Center on Aging is escalating projects and ideas to deepen knowledge about the biology of aging that will ultimately improve patient care and the quality of life for older adults.
Expert faculty members embrace a multidisciplinary approach to aging, bringing together neurology, psychology, pharmacology, oncology and other fields.
James L. Kirkland, M.D., Ph.D., explains how collaboration and innovation at Mayo Clinic bridge the gap between aging researchers and clinical care for older adults.
An executive committee and external advisory committee help guide aging-related research activities in the Kogod Center on Aging.
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