American Aging Association 49th Annual Meeting
Madison, WI

The American Aging Association AGE is pleased to announce our 2021 HYBRID event that will include a VIRTUAL meeting coinciding with an IN-PERSON meeting July 20 - 23, 2021.


AGE 2021 Program
PDF Program

Speakers & Poster Presenters
Poster Abstracts


AGE 2021 Awards

Walter R. Nicolai Graduate Student AwardChris Morrow, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Paul F. Glenn Post-doctoral Scholar AwardKarl Miller, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute

Norman Orentreich New Investigator AwardCristal Hill, Pennington Biomedical Research Center

Graduate Student Travel Award

Ankur Kumar, Iowa State University
Sujata Mukherjee, University of Kentucky
Sarah Ocañas, University of Oklahoma HSC
Ahire Chetan, University of Oklahoma HSC

Post-doctoral Travel Award

Kenneth Wilson, Buck Institute for Research on Aging
Praveen Patnaik, Boston University
Alice Kane, Harvard Medical School - Blavatnik Institute

Early Stage Faculty Travel Award

Claire Richardson, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Danielle Bruns, University of Wyoming
Scott Leiser, University of Michigan
Nath Nichenametla, Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science
Brian Wasko, Western University of Health Sciences - Oregon

Meritorious Award to support diversity

Daniel Adekunbi, University of Wyoming
Manali Potnis, Drexel University, College of Medicine
Cassandra McGill, University of Southern California


Meeting held at the Monona Terrace in Madison, WI

Monona Terrace is a convention center like no other, rising from the blue expanse of Lake Monona and just two blocks from the State Capitol and streets full of shops and restaurants. There are nearly one thousand hotel rooms within walking distance of Monona Terrace. In September 2015, Monona Terrace was certified as a “green building” at the Gold Level by the U.S. Green Building Council’s prestigious LEED program.