Healthy Aging from Cells to Societies: A Public Lecture Series

        Precision Health.  Global Aging.  Indigenous Knowledges.  Social Determinants of Health.  Physical Activity.  

Hosted by the University of British Columbia School of Kinesiology and the Physical Activity for Precision Health Research Cluster Supported by The Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Killam Connection Award
All upcoming events
  1. Jan28
    Jan28
    Event image
  2. Feb11
    Feb11
    Event image
  3. Mar10
    Mar10
    Event image
  4. Mar24
    Mar24
    Event image
Our Goal
We’ve invited internationally renowned researchers and physicians to engage  the topic of healthy and successful aging from different perspectives. It is our hope that through this series of five lectures, our public audiences will emerge with a greater appreciation for the many different ways to think about what promotes or hinders healthy and successful aging. Our goal is to support a Canadian culture that values science and discovery to support decisions – at the individual and policy levels. Members of the greater Vancouver community and the medical professions are invited to attend. Please register for each lecture individually. Maximum capacity per lecture is 240.