An interdisciplinary research team dedicated to identifying individuals at risk for cognitive decline and developing interventions to maximize everyday function and well-being 

 

 

Welcome, Dr. Hyejin Kim, our new post-doctoral scholar!

Penn State News: New research project to analyze cognitive training programs for older adults

February 06, 2019

Dr. Mogle is part of a new study team evaluating how cognitive training programs can maintain the brain and everyday functioning in older adults. 

First Project with Artist-in-Residence, Dr. Doan: Story Circles

October 18, 2018

Drs. Doan and Hill will explore cognitive problems in aging using an innovative qualitative method called story circles. A group of older adults without dementia who daily experience memory problems will gather and share their stories in a circle. This arts-based-research has been initiated and will help enhance our current understanding of memory problems in older adults. 

Penn State News: Learning to Ask Older Adults Better Questions About Their Memory

August 02, 2018

Our findings regarding sources of response bias that may influence the measurement properties of currently used cognitive self-report items were highlighted in an article by Penn State News. For more information on our paper click here

Bill Down Named Artist-in-Residence

June 25, 2018

Dr. Bill Doan is joining the College of Nursing as Artist-in-Residence for the 2018-2019 academic year. He will be working with Dr. Hill on a study exploring older adults' stories of experiencing memory problems in their daily lives.

Student Spotlight: Emily Whitaker

May 30, 2018

Emily Whitaker, PhD student in the ReMind Lab, was highlighted in the College of Nursing's Spring 2018 Newsletter.

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Apr 12, 2019

Dr. Hill won the Janet A. Williamson Excellence in Teaching Award

Dr. Nikki Hill is recognized for her passion for nursing education, outstanding teaching skills and unconditional support for her students. Thank you, and congratulations!

Apr 10, 2019

We represented College of Nursing at the Rapid Research competition

Two of our graduate students, Emily Whitaker and Logan Sweeder, presented 90 second summaries of their research. Great work and congratulations to Emily who the won the Fan Favorite Award!

Apr 03, 2019

We presented our work at ENRS

Dr. Wion and Iris Bhang presented their posters at the Eastern Nursing Research Society (ENRS) in Providence, RI

Mar 29, 2019

Dr. Hill won the Janet A. Williamson Excellence in Teaching Award

Dr. Hill was recognized as an outstanding faculty member who embodies excellence in nursing education by inspiring students to learn and by being an outstanding role model. She enthusiastically provides mentorship for nursing students both inside and outside of the classroom. Congratulations!

Mar 21, 2019

We visited Toronto to present our work

Tyler Bell and Iris Bhang presented posters on subjective cognition and depressive symptoms at the Rotman Research Institute Conference

Nov 19, 2018

Successful GSA Symposium!

Drs. Hill, Mogle, Bell, and graduate students Emily Whitaker and Iris Bhang presented a symposium at the Gerontological Society of America: "Subjective Cognition, Affect, & Personality: Implications for Cognitive Self-Report"

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