Webinars, organized by RCCN Coordinating Centers and Peers
The Research Centers Collaborative Network (RCCN) and related programs host webinars about recent research, funding opportunities, and other subjects in the field of aging research. Below is an archive of RCCN-affiliated webinars from 2017 – present (for all webinars prior to 2017, please visit the program’s website).
Career Development & Funding Opportunities
- (Almost) Everything You Wanted to Know About NIA Funding But Were Afraid to Ask - National Institute on Aging - March 26, 2019
- Writing your K as a Springboard to R Success – Pepper OAIC Coordinating Center – January 16, 2019
- Funding Opportunities in Multiple Chronic Conditions Research – AGING Initiative – September 18, 2018
- Funding Opportunities in Multiple Chronic Conditions Research – AGING Initiative - January 23, 2017
Collaboration, Teamwork, and Sharing Research
- Jumpstart Your Research Team: Establishing Expectations and Norms to Ensure Success - Research Centers Collaborative Network – January 25, 2019
- Building Cross-Disciplinary Collaborations in Aging Research – Research Centers Collaborative Network – September 24, 2018
- Incorporating Rigor, Reproducibility, and Transparency into Aging Projects and Papers – Nathan Shock Center Coordinating Center – December 4, 2017
Biology of Aging
- Drugs That Slow Aging in Mice: the NIA Interventions Testing Program – Nathan Shock Center Coordinating Center – October 22, 2018
- It’s Not Just What you Eat, but When: The Impact of Diet on Healthy Aging – American Federation for Aging Research - September 27, 2018
- The Dog Aging Project: Learning from Man's Best Friend – Nathan Shock Center Coordinating Center – May 11, 2018
Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias
- Increasing Burden and Complexity in Two Index Conditions: Heart Failure and Dementia – AGING Initiative - October 25, 2018
- Early Detection of Dementia: Clues in the EMR (Electronic Medical Record) and Strategies to Maximize Quality of Life – AGING Initiative - June 29, 2017
Disease related/focused webinars (non-AD and related Dementias)
- Antithrombotic drugs: Assessing the benefits and harms in medically complex patients with cardiovascular disease – AGING Initiative – January 10, 2019
- Evaluating the Risk of Death or End Stage Renal Disease after Inpatient Acute Kidney Injury in the Veteran Elderly & A Cumulative Duration of Comorbidity Based on CMS Data – AGING Initiative - May 10, 2018
- Cancer Treatment Decisions in Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions – AGING Initiative - March 6, 2018
- When More than One Outcome Matters: A Method for Precise Accounting of Multiple Chronic Conditions in a Case Study of Patients with Obstructive Airway Disease – AGING Initiative - April 19, 2017
Healthcare Systems/Advanced Care Planning
- Advance Care Planning in Older Adults with Multiple Comorbid Conditions undergoing High-Risk Surgery – AGING Initiative - February 12, 2018
- Medicare Preventive Visit Coverage Benefits & Effects of ACA Policy Changes on Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions – AGING Initiative - August 3, 2017
- Mechanisms of Behavior Change for Healthy Aging – Research Centers Collaborative Network – May 8, 2019
- Services for Incoming Samples - National Centralized Repository for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias (NCRAD) - May 14, 2018
- Services for Outgoing Samples - National Centralized Repository for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias (NCRAD) - May 14, 2018
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Webinars and Related Materials, organized by RCCN
- Mechanisms of Behavior Change for Healthy Aging. May 8, 2019. Presenter: Donald Edmondson, PhD, MPH. Moderator: Jay Magaziner, PhD, MSHyg.
- Jumpstart Your Research Team: Establishing Expectations and Norms to Ensure Success. January 25, 2019. Presenter: Holly H. Brower, PhD. Moderator: Jay Magaziner, PhD, MSHyg.
- Building Cross-Disciplinary Collaborations in Aging Research. September 24, 2018. Presenter: Steven R. Cummings, MD. Moderator: Jay Magaziner, PhD, MSHyg.