Providing leadership in the pursuit of basic research into the biology of aging.

The Nathan Shock Centers of Excellence in the Basic Biology of Aging are:

The Albert Einstein College of Medicine
BRONX, NEW YORK

DIRECTOR: Nir Barzilai, MD

The Jackson Laboratory
Bar Harbor, MAINE

DIRECTORS: Gary Churchill, PhD, Luanne Peters, PhD, Ron Korstanje, PhD

The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, ALABAMA

DIRECTOR: Steven Austad, PhD

The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

DIRECTOR: Arlan Richardson, PhD

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
San Antonio, TEXAS

DIRECTORS: Randy Strong, PhD, Peter Hornsby, PhD

The University of Washington
Seattle, WASHINGTON

DIRECTORS: Peter S. Rabinovitch, MD, PhD, Matt Kaeberlein, PhD

Our Affiliations & Partnerships

affiliation
About the Coordinating Center: AFAR
New York, New York
affiliation
About the Funder: NIA
Washington, DC

WEBINAR:

Dog Aging Project

Learning from Man's Best Friend

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2018 Nathan Shock Centers Summit

at the AGE Meeting

June 27 - 28

Philadelphia, PA

Registration opens February 1

Theme:
Pathways to Translation of Geroscience 

Topics:
Translation of Interventions
How Healthy is the Healthspan Concept?
Biomarkers Redux?

Keynote:
Eline Slagboom,
Leiden University Medical Center

Opportunities

The Nathan Shock Centers provides opportunities for researchers, fellows, health professionals, and more.

  • Grants
  • Events and Meetings
  • Job Openings
  • Career Connections

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