Prolicy and research to be explored in longevity discussions
Living well while living longer will be the focal point of panel discussions Tuesday morning at an event hosted by the Urban Institute in collaboration with the Stanford Center on Longevity.
Health and policy issues will take center stage for the researchers, providers, policymakers and philanthropists in attendance. Marie Bernard, deputy director at the National Institute on Aging, and Judy Feder, fellow at the Urban Institute, are two of the 10 featured speakers.
Motivated by the Stanford Center on Longevity's Sightlines Report, the event begins at 9 a.m. at the Urban Institute in Washington. For more about “Rethinking the Future: The Opportunities of Longevity,” click here.