Dr. Brummel-Smith is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Geriatrics at the Florida State University College of Medicine. He founded and served as chair of the Department of Geriatrics from 2003 until 2015. He served as chief of the division of geriatrics at two medical schools (University of Southern California and Oregon Health Sciences University).
Dr. Brummel-Smith is an expert on patient access to health care, Alzheimer’s disease as it relates to caregiver support and diagnosis of the disease, and elder health care needs. He has been selected by his peers 11 times as one of the Best Doctors in America.
Professor, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine
Glueckauf is an expert on Alzheimer’s disease as it relates to caregiver support. His interests lie in the development and evaluation of eHealth and community-based interventions for individuals with severe disabilities and their family caregivers, outcomes measurement, and spirituality and health.
Olcese’s research explores circadian physiology (endocrine rhythms, sleep disorders); neuroendocrine mechanisms (hormonal systems, reproductive function); Alzheimer dementia and melatonin.
Professor, College of Medicine
Pomidor is an expert on Alzheimer’s disease as it relates to research of the disease and diagnosis of the disease in patients. She is also an expert on elder health care needs, driving skills for older adults, physical activity for older adults, health literacy for older adults and falls prevention.