Andrus Gerontology Center Publications. From 1969 to 2008, the Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center published over 250 titles. Most of these items are accessible through the Grand Library, although a number are at Doheny. Use the USC Search to identify the items of interest.
Author publications. Although not a comprehensive list, these searches retrieve publications from authors identifying a connection with the USC Leonard School of Gerontology. There will be both overlap and unique publications across the databases.
Finch Science Archive. This extensive collection of books and related resources was collected by Dr. Caleb "Tuck" Finch since 1972 at USC. The multidisciplinary sources on aging include human populations, urban poverty, evolution, obesity and famine, neuroscience, biochemistry, and ancient medicine. Symposia volumes from early meetings trace developments in biogerontology. The collection is housed in the Science and Engineering Library (SSL) reading room and can be browsed with the link below. (Note: we are updating the link to the new search engine)
USC Gerontology doctoral dissertations and masters thesis are available online and in the USG Grand Depository. Several search strategies are listed below. However, be aware these searches bring up all dissertations on gerontology amd not just those within the the Leonard Davis School of Gerontology.
For more information, visit the USC Libraries Research guide: Dissertations.
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