Exercise and Sport Science, BS, University of Georgia, 2012
Gerontology, MA, Georgia State University, 2015
Exercise Science, MS, Georgia State University, 2017
Stephen Duong is a Research Associate for Dr. Kemp’s study on Meaningful Engagement and Quality of Life among Assisted Living Residents with Dementia (R01AG062310). He leads a team of graduate research assistants in recruiting, enrolling, and interviewing older adult residents living with dementia, their formal and informal care partners, as well as assisted living community and personal care home executive staff. Prior to his position with Georgia State, Stephen has worked as a research coordinator for the Indiana University Center for Aging Research where managed multiple clinical research projects aimed at improving quality care and treatment for elders living with dementia. Aside from dementia care research, Stephen’s interests include elder abuse, LGBT aging, assistive technology, and fall prevention.