Profiles in "Aging" Expertise Area

  • Chen is a professor of biochemistry at ASU. His research interests are in the structure and function of RNA molecules and ribonucleoprotein complexes.
  • Coon designs and evaluates interventions, such as CarePRO and EPIC, that focus on culturally diverse groups of midlife and older adults facing chronic illnesses (dementia, cancer, depression) and family caregivers.
  • For more than two decades, Bimonte-Nelson has conducted preclinical evaluations of multiple domains of cognitive function as related to aging. She heads the Memory and Aging Laboratory at ASU.
  • DePinto's primary professional experience has been in school social work and he has more than 30 years of experience working with chemically-dependent adolescents.
  • Robinson Kurpius conducts research on topics related to ethics, health psychology, academic success, multi and cross cultural issues, and adolescents at-risk.
  • Infurna is a developmental psychologist who studies resilience to major life stressors, psychosocial factors that promote healthy aging, and the changing landscape of midlife.
  • Honeycutt's expertise includes Clinical Biomechanics, Motor Control, Stroke, Falls, and Orthotics.
  • Dr. Mastroeni's current research is examining genetic ( Mom & Dad) and epigenetic (environmental) changes within single classes of cells in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease by laser capture microdissection (LCM).
  • B. Blair Braden is the director of the Autism and Brain Aging Laboratory at ASU.