How does music therapy help people with dementia? How can food reduce our risk of vascular disease? And will an aging population really burden our healthcare system?
Hear the answers from U of M researchers and invited speakers at the Centre on Aging’s annual spring research symposium Monday, May 7, 2012.
Researchers belonging to the university-wide Centre on Aging explore issues seniors face and find ways to improve their quality of life. The symposium coincides with the centre’s 30th anniversary, making it among the oldest of the aging research centres in Canada.
For a complete list of presenters and descriptions, go to umanitoba.ca/centres/aging/events/384.html
What: Centre on Aging 29th Annual Spring Research Symposium
Where: Brodie Centre, 727 McDermot Ave., Bannatyne Campus, University of Manitoba
When: Monday, May 7, 2012, 8:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
For more information contact Rachel Ines, communications coordinator, Centre on Aging, University of Manitoba (204) 474-9854