This story is in partnership with Saint Elizabeth Health (SE Health).
Dr. Justine Giosa’s career in aging research was influenced largely by the bonds she formed with her grandparents at an early age. “Hearing their stories, learning about my family’s history, heritage and traditions shaped my view on aging as a shared human experience that we should all value and celebrate, not fear,” she says.
Giosa, managing director of the SE Research Centre at SE Health, says that research at SE Health is guided by a life course perspective on aging, where emphasis is placed on authentically engaging people with diverse aging experiences throughout the entire study process. “We want to change the conversation about aging in society from something that happens when you reach retirement age to a lifelong process of biological, psychological, social and spiritual gr
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