Geroscience — From Cells to Community: What it Means to Your Life and Your Practice
This year’s colloquium focuses on the clinical and practice implications of advances in the science of aging.
An online, webinar format will be used again this year to encourage broad participation by health and human service practitioners, administrators, educators, students, researchers and older adults across the state, nation and beyond.
Regular registration fee: $30
Maine Gerontological Society (MGS) member fee: $15
Students and adults 65 years and older: Free
Registration includes all colloquium materials, and access to all Zoom sessions (keynotes, panels, and workshops).
Zoom links for all sessions and access to resources will be sent to registrants in advance of the Colloquium.
Questions? Please contact Lenard Kaye at firstname.lastname@example.org.