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In This Day & Age - GRC and Stein Seminar Series

"In This Day & Age" is a monthly seminar series sponsored by the GRC and the Stein Institute for Research on Aging. Our mission is to highlight cutting-edge and multidisciplinary aging research happening within the San Diego community and beyond.Formats vary from seminars by local faculty, short talks from early-stage investigators (postdocs, fellows and students), and invited presentations by leading gerontologists. Please stay tuned for more!

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Upcoming GRC Seminar: August 24th 2023 4pm

The Gerontology Research Collaborative (GRC) and the Stein Institute for Research on Aging's “In This Day & Age” Seminar Series aims to highlight cutting-edge and multidisciplinary aging research happening in this day and age within the San Diego community and beyond. Please join us for an exciting seminar given by Dr. Lindsay Miller, PhD, MPH, from the Herbert Wertheim School of Public Health for our August session! 


4:00-5:00pm PT at UCSD Stein Clinical Research Building Conference Room 148 and Zoom: (Meeting ID: 862 8554 9705)

Title: Novel biomarkers in the relationship between chronic kidney disease and cognitive impairment

About the speaker:  Dr. Lindsay Miller is an Assistant Adjunct Professor in the Herbert Wertheim School of Public Health and Longevity Sciences, and teaches a healthy aging seminar course to undergraduate seniors. She received her B.A. in Biology from the University of Redlands, and her M.P.H and Ph.D. in Epidemiology from Oregon State University, where her work focused on vascular contributions to cognitive impairment and frailty in older adults. Dr. Miller joined UCSD in 2019 as a Nephrology-Hypertension T32 Postdoctoral Fellow. Dr. Miller is a Principal Investigator on a NIA-funded career development award (K01AG078486) that aims to utilize large-scale proteomics to identify protein patterns that associate with cognitive impairment, and to identify a parsimonious panel of proteins that predict cognitive impairment in chronic kidney disease patients. During her postdoctoral studies, Dr. Miller was the PI on a NIDDK-funded F32 grant (F32DK127590) that focused on that associations of biomarkers of kidney tubule injury and dysfunction with cognitive function and MRI measures of cerebrovascular disease.]


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