66th Annual Scientific Meeting of the The Gerontological Society of America
GSA’s 2013 Call for Abstracts Deadline March 15
The Gerontological Society of America is now accepting abstracts for its 66th Annual Scientific Meeting, taking place from Wednesday, November 20, to Sunday, November 24, 2013, in New Orleans. The chosen theme is "Optimal Aging Through Research". This is your opportunity to showcase your latest and most important research at one of the most respected and competitive gerontological events of the year.
We note that “research” does not only apply to the biological and social sciences but rather includes humanities scholarship and research as well. When submitting a humanities abstract, please be sure to check “humanities and arts” as the specialty area. This will ensure that your abstract will be read and evaluated by GSA members who have expertise in the humanities and arts. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Kate de Medeiros (demedekb@miamiOH.edu), who is a member of the GSA humanities and arts committee.
The deadline to submit is March 15; learn how to submit your abstract at geron.org/abstracts
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