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Annual
COLLOQUIUM
ON AGING
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Institute on Aging Annual Colloquium


 

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26th ANNUAL COLLOQUIUM ON AGING

being held on

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2014

at Monona Terrace in Madison, WI.

Showcasing the latest research and resources on positive aging,
with Speakers, a Poster Session, and a Health & Resource Fair.

Click to see the 2014 Event Brochure.

*** Sorry - REGISTRATION IS NOW FULL ***

*** THE WAITING LIST IS NOW FULL ***

If you can't join us,
note that handouts and videos of presentations
will be posted here after the event.

We have nearly 700 people on our registration and waiting lists,
and seats for only 550, so we will not be taking any more names.

Note that because we have a waiting list,
we also will not be accepting any walk-in registrations at the event.

  We regret that not everyone who wants to attend is able to.
Please watch this website next Fall for the best chance to register early.
When registration opens, we post it here first, usually on the first Monday in August.

 

If you have already registered, but now are unable to attend, please

CLICK HERE TO CANCEL YOUR REGISTRATION

so we can allow someone on the waiting list to attend in your place.

 


 

2014 Speakers:

KEYNOTE:
The Day-to-Day Management of Chronic Illness:
How Family Members Help and (Sometimes) Hinder

Karen D. Rook, PhD
Professor, Psychology and Social Behavior
University of California- Irvine

Aging Parents as Caregivers to Adult Children with Serious Mental Illness:
Patterns of Vulnerability and Resiliency

Jan Steven Greenberg, PhD
Professor and Director, School of Social Work, UW-Madison

The March of Longevity:  the Role of Genes, Behavior,
Environment, and the Microbiome

Alberto Palloni, PhD
Samuel H. Preston Professor of Population Studies, Dept. of Sociology, UW-Madison

The Caloric Restriction Paradigm: Implications for Healthy Human Aging

Rozalyn Anderson, PhD
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Medicine, SMPH, UW-Madison
Health Science Officer, GRECC, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital

 


 

DIRECTIONS & PARKING

Event registration will open at 8:30 am on Level 4 near Ballroom B
at Monona Terrace, 1 John Nolen Dr., Madison, WI 53703.

For driving directions to the event, see the Monona Terrace website.
For bus routes, see Madison Metro Trip Planner.
For biking routes see the Bike Madison Trip Planner.

There is a self-pay parking ramp (currently $1.50/hr) at Monona Terrace.
If it is full, see alternative downtown parking ramps.



 

CANCELLATIONS

Please! If your plans change after you register,
let us know as soon as possible
so that there is time to save us the cost of your lunch
or allow someone else from our waiting list to attend in your place.

To cancel, click here.

or call 608-262-1818
Please give us your complete name and address so that we can find you in our database.


 

DONATIONS HAPPILY ACCEPTED

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Each year, the task of raising funds
to host this valuable event
becomes more challenging.
 
Please help us continue to offer this event for free in the future. 

A donation of any amount will help. 
To lend your support, please donate via the UW Foundation

 

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Colloquium Archives

Click here to view speaker presentations and program handouts from previous years.

 

1300 University Avenue
2245 MSC
Madison, WI 53706
PH: 608.262.1818
FAX: 608.263.6211