由Sara J. Czaja博士领导的威尔康奈尔医学新成立的老龄化和行为研究中心的使命是提高老年人及其家人的生活质量，并通过研究，教育和服务解决当前和新出现的老龄化挑战。Czaja博士和她的团队正在制定和测试创新策略和干预措施，努力使老年人在社交，智力和专业方面保持独立和参与。
The Center for Research and Clinical Care on Aging consists of four departments: the Center for Aging and Behavior Research and the Institute for Transforming Pain in Aging and Elder Abuse, Palliatives, and Later Life.
The mission of Weill Cornell Medicine's newly formed Center for Aging and Behavior Research, led by Dr. Sara J. Czaja, is to improve the quality of life for older adults and their families and to address current and emerging aging challenges through research, education, and services. Dr. Czaja and her team are developing and testing innovative strategies and interventions that strive to keep older adults socially independent and engaged socially, intellectually and professionally.
The center is dedicated to serving diverse and underserved populations. The Centre is unique in its multidisciplinary approach to ageing and the integration of technology into mechanisms for providing services and programs to older persons.
An integral part of the Center for Research on Ageing and Behavior is the Center for Research and Education on Ageing and Technology Enhancement (CREATE). CREATE is a multi-site, multidisciplinary center funded by the National Institutes of Health, the National Institute on Aging, and involves collaborations with the Georgia Institute of Technology and Florida State University. Originally funded in 1999, CREATE is dedicated to studying the interplay between older adults and technology. CREATE's overarching goal is to ensure that current and future generations of older adults can use technology successfully and realize the benefits of technology for the elderly population. CREATE's focus is on technological systems in the areas of health, work and living environments.
The Division is internationally recognized for its expertise in the field of elder abuse and neglect, and the New York City Center for Elder Abuse is a project of the Division. The faculty in the department brings scientific rigor to the study of elder abuse and neglect, and has done a lot of research on risk factors, prevalence and outcomes of abuse.