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What's Hot in Aging Research: Nutrition, Genomics, and Longevity - IGM Art Gallery observes partnerships

Sherene Chou and Daryl Ansel introduce LA Kitchen and its mission - Reveal the Power of Food
What LA Kitchen does and who they serve
Testimonial by AARP
Testimonial from Ozamatli
Sherene Chou presenting
Sherene and Daryl Ansel
St Barnabas Presenter, John A. Kotick, JD, explained partnership with LA Kitchen
AARP Model to Reduce Hunger
What's Hot in Aging Research: Nutrition, Genomics, and Longevity - IGM Art Gallery observes partnerships
LA Kitchen Team Members
Audience and speakers networking at end of conference
Date: 
April 18, 2016
Location: 
USC University Park Campus The Leonard Davis School of Gerontology

In its on-going study of county-wide partnerships for the purpose of incubating social capital locally and globally, the IGM Art Gallery Public Relations Committee sat in on this Leonard Davis School of Gerontology's exciting model for sharing and leveraging existing resources.  Our specific interest was on the presentation by our nonprofit neighbor organization in Lincoln Hts., LA Kitchen.  

Conference Presentations:

Dean Pinchas Cohen, MD, USC Davis School Dean: “Personalized Aging and Nutrigenomics”

Valter Longo, PhD: “Nutrition and Fasting for Healthy Longevity”

Roseann Mulligan DDS, MS: “Good Nutrition and Dental Health”

Bill Gifford, journalist and author of Spring Chicken: Stay Young Forever (or Die Trying): “Can You Eat Your Way To Immortality?”

Jennifer Ailshire, PhD: “Social Disparities in Food Insecurity Among Older U.S. Adults”

David Lee, PhD: “Cellular Finance and Politics in Health and Disease”

Carin Kreutzer, EdD, MPH, RDN: “Providing Optimum Nutrients that Promote Health Span”

Jon Pynoos, PhD: “Nutrition and Design”

Amy Christensen, PhD: “Alzheimer’s Disease, Menopause, and Estrogen”

Also featuring a professional healthy cooking demonstration by Vi Living Executive Chef Jeff Weston CDM, CFPP

Program

8:00am – 9:00am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00am – 9:10am

Dean Pinchas Cohen, MD – Welcoming Remarks

9:10am – 10:25 am – The Nutrition and Biological Sciences Connection

9:10am – 9:35am

Dean Pinchas Cohen, MD – “Personalized Aging and Nutrigenomics”

9:35am – 10:00am

Assistant Professor, David Lee, PhD –  “Cellular Finance and Politics in Health and Disease”

10:00am – 10:25am

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Amy Christensen, PhD – “Alzheimer’s Disease, Menopause, and Estrogen”

10:25am – 10:35 am

Break

10:35am – 11:50 am – Diets

10:35am – 11:00am

Assistant Instructional Professor, Carin Kreutzer EdD, MPH, RDN – “Providing Optimum Nutrients that Promote Health Span”

11:00am – 11:25am

Professor, Valter Longo, PhD – “Nutrition and Fasting for Health and Longevity”

11:25am – 11:50am

Journalist and author, Bill Gifford – “Can You Eat Your Way to Immortality?”

11:50am – 12:00pm

Break

12:00pm – 12:30pm

Vi Living Executive Chef, Jeff Weston, CDM, CFPP – Healthy Cooking Demonstration

12:30pm – 1:45 pm

Lunch and Poster Session

1:45pm – 3:30pm – Social Response to Nutritional Needs of Older Adults

1:45pm – 2:10pm

Professor, Roseann Mulligan ,DDS, MS – “Good Nutrition and Dental Health”

2:10pm – 2:35pm

Professor, Jon Pynoos, PhD – “Nutrition and Kitchen Design”

2:35pm – 3:00pm

Assistant Professor, Jennifer Ailshire, PhD – “Social Disparities in Food Insecurity Among Older Adults”

3:00pm – 3:25 pm

L.A. Kitchen Chief Operating Officer, Daryl Ansel, MMH and Nutrition Services Coordinator, Sherene Chou, RD – “L.A. Kitchen: on the Front Lines of Senior Nutrition”