Gerontological Society of America


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Gerontological Society of America

(jĕ-rŏn″tō-lŏ′jĭ-kăl),

GSA

An organization established in 1945 for the main purpose of promoting scientific study of aging. Researchers, practitioners, and educators are members. The society publishes The Journal of Gerontology and The Gerontologist. The organization's website is www.geron.org/.
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May 12-13: Scientific Meeting: Gerontological Society of America; New Orleans; [E] geron_AT_geron.org
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