The Emory Center for Health in Aging

The Emory Center for Health in Aging aims to identify, attract, and catalyze Woodruff Health Sciences Center and Emory-wide creative resources to promote the physical, psychological, social, and spiritual health of older adults and to address the challenges that threaten their health and well-being.

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Emory Center for Health in Aging

Upcoming Events


Incubator Event

Join us for our first Incubator Event on Tuesday, October 19th from 4 – 5:30 pm via zoom to learn about upcoming Emory Center for Health in Aging initiatives, network with Emory colleagues focused on aging research and clinical innovations, and provide input to investigators with early stage research ideas seeking feedback. 

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Incubator Event

News And Events

2022 CHA Pilot Grants

The Emory Center for Health in Aging will offer up to three $45,000 1-year pilot grants in 2022 for projects that align with the Center’s mission and areas of focus. Application deadline: November 5th, 2021 Award period begins: January 1, 2022

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2022 CHA Pilot Grants

Bettye Rose Connell Memorial Lecture

The Bettye Rose Connell Memorial Lecture series is co-sponsored by the Emory Division of Geriatrics & Gerontology, Atlanta VA Center for Visual and Neurocognitive Rehabilitation with additional support from the Birmingham/Atlanta VA GRECC and Emory Center for Health in Aging. The lecture series honors the legacy of Dr. Connell who advocated for personalized care focused on optimizing independence in long term care settings.

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Bettye Rose Connell Memorial Lecture

Emory Roybal Pilot funding opportunity

The Emory Roybal Center for Dementia Caregiving Mastery is specifically focused on the development of interventions to improve and support dementia caregiving mastery. Pilot awards in amounts of $75,000-115,000 for 12-months (total direct and indirect) will be available during FY22. LOI due: December 03, 2021 and Application invitations will be sent mid December, 2021

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Emory Roybal Pilot funding opportunity