Alicia Roth, M.A., receives Outstanding Poster Presentation in Aging Award

Alicia Roth, M.A., won “Outstanding Poster Presentation in Aging” at the Student Research-on-Aging Exposition from the Institute for Learning in Retirement at the University of Florida/Oak Hammock for her presentation entitled “Differences in Psychological Adjustment, Daytime Functioning, and ICD-Specific Functioning in Patients with Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICDs) as a Function of Sleep Disorder Diagnosis.” This award recognizes exceptional research presentations in areas relating to aging, late-life, and associated age-related conditions. Alicia is a second year graduate student in CHP under the mentorship of Christina S. McCrae, Ph.D., and her research is primarily focused on sleep disorders and medical conditions in aging populations.