Published Work by Dr. Glenn J Landry 


Buying Time

A rationale for examining the use of circadian rhythm and sleep interventions to delay progression of mild cognitive impairment to Alzheimer’s disease


Measuring Sleep Quality in Older Adults

Sleep quality decreases with aging and thus sleep complaints are prevalent in older adults, particularly for those with cognitive impairment and dementia.


Published Work by Dr. John R. Best


Improvements to executive function during exercise training

-predict maintenance of physical activity over the following year.


Long-Term Effects of Resistance Exercise Training

-on Cognition and Brain Volume in Older Women. Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial


Long-term changes in time spent walking

-and subsequent cognitive and structural brain changes in older adults


Analysis of dynamic, bidirectional associations

-in older adult physical activity and sleep quality