Joe Coughlin Recognized by AARP as a Leader in Redefining Aging
MIT AgeLab's founder and Director Joseph Coughlin was named by AARP Magazine as one of Nine Influentials Who Are Redefining Our View of Aging. The select group includes leading researchers, industry leaders and innovators in aging including Laura Carstensen renown psychology researcher and founder of Stanford University's Center on Longevity, John 'Jack' Rowe former CEO of Aetna and Bill Thomas founder of the Eden Alternative. AARP Magazine is the world's largest-circulation magazine with more than 47 million readers. Coughlin is recognized for his leadership in developing creative ways to bring together new technology and old age to produce business and policy innovations in living longer, better.
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