Welcome to my personal pages. On these pages, you can get links to (a) course resources for my classes, (b) details about the National Institute on Aging-funded predoctoral research training program that I administer, (c) research and professional information about me and (d) links to organizations and individuals of current and historical relevance to me. Report all problems or questions to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Lab
The Cognitive Aging lab (Michael Marsiske, PhD, Director) is based in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, in the College of Public Health and Health Professions, at the University of Florida. Research foci of our lab include:
- The investigation of training and intervention programs to boost late-life mental performance
- The development of assessment instruments to measure older adults’ competence with tasks of daily living, and
- Methodological and statistical approaches for understanding long term changes in thinking and memory in later adulthood.
- Identifying risks and protective factors associated with mild cognitive impairment and dementia
- Exploring social determinants of health as mediators of racial and ethnic disparities in late life cognition