April 9, 2016

Join us for our 2016 Distinguished Lecture delivered by Philip Moeller. Moeller, an award-winning business journalist, is an expert on aging, health, and retirement. He wrote "The Best Life" retirement blog for U.S. News and World Report, co-authored the U.S. News e-book "How to Live to 100." He writes the "Ask Phil" Medicare column for PBS,  is a Research Fellow at the Center on Aging & Work at Boston College and is the founder of Insure.com, a leading site for insurance information. He is also a contributor to Money magazine.  His latest book is titled "Get What's Yours: The Secret to Maxing Out Your Social Security."

In February 2016, Dr. Axel B�rsch-Supan was a visiting scholar at the Stanford Center on Longevity. Dr. B�rsch-Supan is the Director of the Munich Center for the Economics of Aging (MEA) at the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy (MPISOC). His research focuses on the micro and macroeconomic effects of aging, individual saving behavior, pension system reform, and issues relating to labor and capital markets. SCL Postdoctoral Research Scholar Marti DeLiema sat down with Dr. B�rsch-Supan to discuss his visit to the Stanford Center on Longevity and his perspectives on how aging in the U.S. compares to aging in Europe.

The Roland Longevity Fellowship, offered in partnership with the Stanford Center on Longevity and other programs on campus, was established in 2013 to support Stanford students who provide service to older adults and/or conduct research on issues of aging, in order to enhance the quality of life and participation in the community for this population. Three Roland Longevity Fellowships have been awarded in 2016