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Osaka University Gerontological Society Lecture #2

2015-3-24 (Tue) 19:00 - 21:00

The cross-departmental Osaka University Gerontological Society will hold a small lecture for those students and researchers with an interest in gerontology.

Gerontology is a field of research in which many researchers from different fields work together to explain things such as aging, the elderly, and an aging society.

Even at Osaka University, in anticipation of a long-lived society in the future, the cross-departmental research group, Osaka University Gerontology Society, was established during the 2013-2014 school year. At this small lecture, gerontological researchers will speak on the theme below.

For this lecture #2, we will be joined by MASUI Yukie (Researcher, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital Research Institute).

We invite anyone currently performing gerontological research, those who plan to start, or just anyone with an interest in gerontology to attend this lecture.

Topic: Development and Purpose of a Barometer for Evaluating the Capacity of the Elderly

Lecturer: MASUI Yukie (Researcher, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital Research Institute)

Date: 2015-3-24 (Tue) 19:00 - 21:00
Organizer: Osaka University Gerontological Society
Venue: 1-105, East Building, Graduate School of Human Sciences
Registration: No registration is needed.
Contact: Clinical Thanatology and Geriatric Behavioral Science

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