de Tornyay Center
de Tornyay Center for Healthy Aging
The Center is committed to advancing and sharing knowledge about successful aging and ways professionals and systems can promote optimal experiences for older adults.
Developing competent and compassionate healthcare providers is critically important. The Center is a resource for faculty involved in teaching gerontology, for students interested in older adults, and for practicing professionals seeking continuing education.
Students are invited to the de Tornyay Center for Healthy Aging Open House.
When: Thursday, October 4th (11:30am – 1:30pm)
Location: Health Sciences Building T-Wing, T-612
Come learn about funding opportunities and the application process for de Tornyay Center Healthy Aging Research Scholarships and UW Retirement Association Scholarship/Fellowships. Connect with others who are interested in the care of older adults! Complimentary lunch provided!
The 2018 Healthy Aging Research Scholarship application is on-line! Click here for scholarship information and the Catalyst application links.
Healthy aging news
The de Tornyay Center honors the late Rheba de Tornyay and her career-long focus on the subject of healthy aging.
Rheba de Tornyay, PhD, RN, FAAN was dean of the UW School of Nursing from 1975 to 1986, and remained a faculty member through 1996 and dean emeritus until her death in 2013.
The Center was founded in 1998 as the Center for Healthy Aging and later renamed the de Tornyay Center for Health Aging to honor Rheba and her husband Rudy de Tornyay.