32nd IOA Annual Colloquium, 2022

A Successful 2022 Colloquium

Thank you to all who attended and supported our 32nd IOA Annual Colloquium, held Sept. 22, 2022 in Madison, Wisconsin.

If you were unable to participate, see below for some of the resources that were offered at the event:

32nd Annual Colloquium Schedule

2022 Exhibitors showcased at our Health & Resource Fair

2022 Posters presented at our Poster Session

2022 Speakers and Talks

Watch the live stream of the IOA 32nd Annual Colloquium

2022 New Investigator Award Winners:

Awards are given to UW–Madison students or advanced trainees to recognize outstanding achievement in aging or life course studies. Winners receive a $500 award and their research is showcased in the event’s Poster Session. This year’s winners were:

Biological Research Award:   Reji Babygirija

Dietary protein restriction mitigates the development and progression of Alzheimer’s disease

Neuroscience Research Award:   Anna Finley

How does brain activity at rest measured with EEG vary across the lifespan?

Biomedical Research Award:   Dennis Minton

Long-term rapamycin protects against age-related osteoarthritis in adult common marmosets

Health Research Award:   Junha Park

Clustering of multimorbidity among older adults with disabilities and associations with perceived health status

Clinical Care Award:   Kathryn Wust

Patient and clinician perspectives on collaborative work in the emergency department

The five 2022 New Investigator Award winners (left to right: Dennis Minton, Reji Babygirija, Anna Finley, Junha Park, Kathryn Wust) smiling and hoding their award certificates
(Left to right) the 2022 New Investigator Award winners Dennis Minton, Reji Babygirija, Anna Finley, Junha Park, and Kathryn Wust