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Recent awards

Dr. Sharon Inouye and Team of Delirium Experts Awarded Federal Grant to Develop Network to Advance Delirium Research Worldwide

BOSTON – A team of delirium experts led by Sharon K. Inouye, M.D., M.P.H., Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Aging Brain Center at the Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research at Hebrew SeniorLife, have been awarded a projected $3.7 million grant over five years. This award is the first of its kind from the National Institute on Aging / National Institutes of Health to build an interdisciplinary collaborative network of delirium researchers nationally and internationally.

Hebrew SeniorLife's Amanda Lorbergs receives ASBMR's Young Investigator Award.

Congratulations to Amanda Lorbergs, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Hebrew SeniorLife’s Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research for receiving the 2016 American Society for Bone Mineral Research (ASBMR) Young Investigator Award for the abstract presentation “Light intensity physical activity measured by accelerometer is associated with favorable bone microarchitecture and strength: The Framingham Study.”

Hebrew SeniorLife’s Susan Mitchell wins David H. Solomon Award

BOSTON—Susan Mitchell, MD, MPH of Needham Massachusetts was recently presented with the 2016 UCLA David H. Solomon award. The award was named in honor of the former chair of medicine at University of California, Los Angeles and is awarded annually to an influential leader in the field of geriatrics.

Call for applications: 2015 Delirium Boot Camp, Pilot Research Grants, and Best Delirium Paper Awards

The Center of Excellence for Delirium in Aging: Research, Training, and Educational Enhancement (CEDARTREE) is pleased to announce the third annual Delirium Boot Camp.  This highly-rated, two-day, intensive course in delirium research is scheduled for November 12-13, 2015 at Harvard Medical School/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA.  Boot Camp attendees will learn about important topics in delirium research from assessment and methodology to novel technologies and interventions, as well as network with colleagues and experts in delirium