Gary Small

Director, UCLA Longevity Center; Professor of Psychiatry and Aging and Director, Geriatric Psychiatry, UCLA

Gary Small is a professor of psychiatry and aging at UCLA, where he directs the geriatric psychiatry division and the UCLA Longevity Center. He leads a research team focused on early detection and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease and age-related cognitive decline, and he has developed healthy lifestyle and memory-training programs. Small has authored more than 400 scientific works and eight books, including Two Weeks to a Younger Brainandthebest-seller The Memory Bible. He has been honored by the American Psychiatric Association, the Alzheimer’s Association, and others, and in 2002, Scientific American magazine named him one of the world’s top 50 innovators in science and technology. 

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Whether they remain free of diagnosable disease or become afflicted by dementia, our brains inevitably change as we... See more
Recent scientific evidence has confirmed significant links between lifestyle habits and cognitive health, but the many... See more
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