Living Long, Living Well

PUBLIC HEALTH MAGAZINE – FALL 2004

Understanding Aging: Biology, Behavior, and Environment
How do we maintain our health, vitality, and independence as we grow older? Faculty explore the needs of our nation’s rapidly aging population and suggest how we can marshal our resources appropriately | PDF

Training Tomorrow’s Physicians to Care for an Aging Population
By incorporating an innovative geriatric curriculum, the UC Berkeley-UC San Francisco Joint Medical Program responds to an anticipated critical shortage of health professionals trained to care for the elderly | PDF

DEPARTMENTS

Past, Present, Future
Sheldon Margen: An Amazing Passion for Learning and Teaching | PDF
Report from the Field: Fighting Disease and Heartbreak in Brazil| PDF
Scholars in New Program Explore Health and Society | PDF

Research Highlight
New Study Suggests Maternal Diet Is Linked to Lower Childhood Leukemia Risk | PDF

Faculty News
Faculty News and Notes | PDF
Meet the New Faculty: William Dow and Darlene Francis | PDF

Partners in Public Health
Policy Advisory Council Welcomes Four New Voices | PDF

Alumni News
President’s Message | PDF
Alumnus Spotlight: Peter Szutu | PDF
Alumni Notes | PDF

In Memoriam | PDF