The population of Americans ages 65 years of age and older is projected to double by 2060. Our faculty are investigating issues related to aging, focusing on the etiology and treatment of diseases, as well as conducting disease surveillance of conditions that are common at older ages. Our research includes studies using originally collected data, prospective datasets and registries, as well as large administrative data sets. We use rigorous methods, including qualitative and quantitative analyses, as well as multimodal approaches including genetics, pathology, epidemiology and neuroimaging.
Humana Foundation Professor of Medicine (Geriatrics) and Professor of Epidemiology (Chronic Diseases) and of Investigative Medicine; Director, Yale Program on Aging; Director, Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center; Director, Yale Center for Disability and Disabling Disorders; Director, Yale Training Program in Geriatric Clinical Epidemiology and Aging-Related Research
Associate Professor of Medicine (Rheumatology); Chief of Rheumatology, VA Connecticut Healthcare System; Program Director, CMB Global Health Leadership Development Program; Affiliated Faculty, Yale Institute for Global Health
Department Chair and Susan Dwight Bliss Professor of Epidemiology (Chronic Diseases); Director, Humanities, Arts, and Public Health Practice at Yale (HAPPY) Initiative; Co-director, Center for Neuroepidemiology and Clinical Neurological Research