APA Committee on Aging welcomes new members

Kimberly Hiroto, PhD, and Glenn Smith, PhD, began terms in January.

The APA Committee on Aging (CONA) welcomes its two newest members, Kimberly Hiroto, PhD, and Glenn Smith, PhD, who began three-year terms in January.

Hiroto, an early career geropsychologist, is a staff psychologist with the Santa Rosa VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic which is affiliated with the San Francisco VA and the University of California at San Francisco. Smith, a neuropsychologist, is professor of psychology, chair of the division of consultation psychiatry and psychology, associate director of clinical and translational research education programs and principal investigator of the education and information core of the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center at the Mayo Clinic. They join Kelly O’Shea Carney, PhD (co-chair), Manfred Diehl, PhD (co-chair), Jennifer Moye, PhD and Karen Roberto, PhD as 2013 CONA.

Many thanks to Neil Charness, PhD, and Adam Brickman, PhD, who completed their CONA terms in 2012.

2013 CONA (left to right) Manfred Diehl, PhD (co-chair), Kelly O'Shea Carney, PhD (co-chair); Glenn Smith, PhD, Karen A. Roberto, PhD, Jennifer Moye, PhD and Kimberly E. Hiroto, PhD

2013 CONA (left to right) Manfred Diehl, PhD (co-chair), Kelly O'Shea Carney, PhD (co-chair); Glenn Smith, PhD,
Karen A. Roberto, PhD, Jennifer Moye, PhD and Kimberly E. Hiroto, PhD