Andrew Mente, Ph.D en savoir plus ., Martin J. O’Donnell, M.B., Ph.D., Sumathy Rangarajan, M.Sc., Matthew J. McQueen, M.B., B.Ch., Paul Poirier, M.D., Ph.D., Andreas Wielgosz, M.D., Ph.D., Howard Morrison, Ph.D., Wei Li, Ph.D., Xingyu Wang, Ph.D., Chen Di, B.Sc., Prem Mony, M.D., Anitha Devanath, M.D., Annika Rosengren, M.D., Aytekin Oguz, M.D., Katarzyna Zatonska, M.D., Ph.D., Afzal Hussein Yusufali, M.D., Patricio Lopez-Jaramillo, M.D., Ph.D., Alvaro Avezum, M.D., Ph.D., Noorhassim Ismail, M.D., Ph.D., Fernando Lanas, M.D., Thandi Puoane, M.P.H., Ph.D., Rafael Diaz, M.D., Roya Kelishadi, M.D., Romaina Iqbal, Ph.D., Rita Yusuf, Ph.D., Jephat Chifamba, M.Phil., Rasha Khatib, M.H.S., Koon Teo, M.B., Ph.D., and Salim Yusuf, D.Phil.

For many older people, the opportunity to go to a comfortable, appealing senior middle for a nutritious meal and to socialize with peers makes an enormous difference in their standard of living, their health and their pleasure, said Hall. The commonwealth invests more than $65 million each year to assure that more than 100,000 older Pennsylvanians get healthy meals to help them remain healthy, fit and active.. $3.7M to become awarded in grants to help revolutionize nutrition services for older Pennsylvanians Governor Edward G. Rendell today announced that $3.7 million in grants shall be awarded to senior centers to help revolutionize nutrition services for older Pennsylvanians. The grants provide us with an opportunity to help senior centers develop innovative nourishment programs that will assist attract a new generation of old Pennsylvanians, stated Governor Rendell.