Monday Seminar Series


During the spring 2022 semester, CDHA will host a bi-weekly seminar series featuring guest lectures by scholars and researchers from across the country whose work focuses on aging and health. Seminars will be held virtually on Mondays from 11:30 am-1:00 pm. Please email Mary Lynn Dombrowski for Zoom information.


Monday, February 21

“The Demography of Chronic Pain,” Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk, University at Buffalo

Monday, March 7

“Is Education the Great Equalizer?: Examining Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Returns of Education on Adult Health,” Kyler Sherman-Wilkins, Missouri State University

Monday, March 21

“How Educational Inequities in the U.S. South Pre and Post Brown Shape Dementia Risk for Black and White Older Adults,” Katrina Walsemann, University of Maryland

Monday, April 4

“(Re)Introduction to Data for Studying Health and Aging @ UW,” Michal Engelman, Eric Grodsky, Kristen Malecki, and Carol Ryff, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Monday, April 18

“Lifecourse Risk Factors of Dementia and Late-life Cognition,” Paola Gilsanz, Kaiser Permanente Division of Research

Monday, May 2, 2022

“What’s Happening Now and What’s Coming up at NIA?” Amelia Karraker, NIH/NIA