Doctoral Students, Cheshire Hardcastle and Leslie Gaynor, selected as finalists for Robert Levitt Award

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Cheshire Hardcastle and Leslie Gaynor have been selected as two of the top 5 finalists for the “Robert Levitt Awards for Student Research on Aging”.  They will be giving oral presentations on March 15th for placement in competition at Oak Hammock.

Cheshire’s presentation is on resting state network change in older adults with mild cognitive impairment after total knee arthroplasty.

Leslie’s presentation is on identifying cognitive predictors of amyloid positivity via comparison of amyloid positive cognitive impairment and health aging.