Center for Healthy Aging and Innovation

A community, state, tribal nation, country, and world where every individual can achieve their life goals while aging.

We are a proud member of the University of Minnesota Consortium on Aging.

Upcoming Events

March and April 2024
  • Monday, 3/4, 10:30 AM CST: Aging Work Group, March meeting
  • Monday, 3/4, 3 PM CST: AD/ADRD Special Interest Group meeting
  • Wednesday, 3/6 12 PM noon CST: Dissemination Special Interest Group meeting
  • Thursday, 3/14, 1:30 PM CST: Nursing Home/Senior Care SIG, March meeting
  • Wednesday, 3/20, 11:00 AM CST: Research Core Committee, March meeting
  • Monday, 4/1, 10:30 AM CST: Aging Work Group, monthly meeting
  • Monday, 4/1, 3 PM CST: AD/ADRD SIG, April meeting
  • Wednesday, 4/2, 12 PM noon CST: Early Life Adversity, Stress, & Trauma: Impact on Health in Later Life and the Buffering Effects of Resilience Resource Special Interest Group meeting
  • Thursday, 4/4, 10 AM CST: Nursing Home/Senior Care SIG, April meeting
  • Monday, 4/15, 2 PM CST: Idea Hatching Workshop

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Center Spotlight

Dana Urbanski, AuD, PhD, CCC-A

Each month CHAI likes to recognize and celebrate its Members, Community Partners, and Ambassadors.This month we are featuring Dana Urbanski, PhD, AuD, CCC-A. Dr. Urbanski is a clinical audiologist and a current Robert L. Kane Postdoctoral Fellow in Aging, Long-Term Care, and Dementia at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. Broadly, her research interests lie in tailoring and individualizing hearing aid service delivery to promote long-term hearing aid use and acceptance in older adults with hearing loss. Specifically, her current research focuses on optimizing hearing aid services, support, and education for community-dwelling older adults with co-occurring dementia and hearing loss and their family caregivers. Dr. Urbanski’s recent PhD dissertation research was funded and supported by two competitive University of Minnesota doctoral fellowships—the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship and Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship. Dr. Urbanski has methodological expertise and experience in quantitative and qualitative approaches, as well as mixed methods, implementation science, and intervention research.

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