How do I use this new tool?

This tool was designed to be easy to use.  It approaches data collection from an individual level rather than center based approach.  Individual scholars and faculty members can access their own profiles and manage their information if they wish or center admins can update information for scholars and faculty members based out of their center.
To get started click on the 'VIEW ALL FACULTY/SCHOLARS' link to the left or click here.

Single User Guide

This guide contains a basic explanation of the reporting tool and how to go about entering data for individual scholars and faculty members.

Getting Started Guide for Center Admins

This guide contains a walkthrough of the system for center administrators and staff.

Announcements

EVENT CALENDAR

May Is Older Americans Month!
The 2017 Older Americans Month theme, Age Out Loud, gives aging a new voice that reflects what today’s older adults have to say. Learn more about activities and resources.


Reversibility and Mutability Research: Approaches to Reducing Health Disparities 2017 IAGG Pre-Conference Workshop


International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Quadrennial Scientific Meeting, July 23-27, 2017 in San Francisco. Early registration deadline May 2, 2017.


News

PowerPoints for presentation at the 2017 RCMAR Annual Meeting posted at http://www.rcmar.ucla.edu/content/annual-meeting. Also included is NIAs award presentation to Dr. James Jackson.

NIH has developed a new portal with information on supporting diversity in NIH-funded research. The main areas of focus are: 1. Background on NIH initiatives in support of scientific workforce diversity; 2. Resources for scientific leadership & faculty members to use to further diversity in their programs; 3. Resources for investigators and trainees to develop their careers, find training and mentorship, and learn about others’ careers through personal stories and video interviews; and 4. Reports and data on diversity in the NIH-supported workforce, and in the broader research workforce. See https://extramural-diversity.nih.gov/


RCMAR Annual Meeting 2016 Photos


UC Davis NIA-Funded Research Centers Discuss Diversity, Disparities and Cognitive Aging

The National Institute on Aging (NIA)-funded UC Davis Latino Aging Research Resource Center (LARRC) and Alzheimer’s Disease Center (ADC) hosted an all-day conference on March 16, 2016 on “Cognitive Aging and Diversity: Progress and Future Challenges.” This conference highlighted NIA funded research in Northern California associated with UC Davis and UC San Francisco and brought together leading national experts from across the country and over 100 attendees