News

The NSC Coordinating Center shares news from and about the six Nathan Shock Centers and their leadership.

Furrever Young: Novel studies provide clues to a longer life

Features UW NSC Co-Director Matt Kaeberlein and the Dog Aging Project....

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‘Biomarkers of Resilience’ May Protect Us From Alzheimer’s

An 'Ask The Expert' feature with NSC Pilot Grantee Catherine Kaczorowski....

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Aging as a Biological Target for Prevention and Therapy

A part of a series of Geroscience articles. By NSC Directors Steven Austad, PhD, Nir Barzilai, MD, and Ana Maria Cuervo, MD, PhD....

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How healthy is the healthspan concept?

UW NSC Director Matt Kaeberlein wrote about the "How healthy is the healthspan concept?" session at the 2018 NSC Summit in Philadelphia....

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Peripheral Blood Cells Through Albert Einstein College of Medicine NSC

The Albert Einstein College of Medicine NSC has human peripheral blood cells available for research projects....

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UAB Newsletter - September 2018

The Nathan Shock Center at the University of Alabama at Birmingham shares their comprehensive newsletter for September 2018....

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The Alzheimer’s gamble: NIH tries to turn billions in new funding into treatment for deadly brain disease

A feature story in Science Magazine about the increase in Alzheimer's funding through the NIA....

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Lamming to receive GSA's 2018 Nathan Shock New Investigator Award

NSC Pilot Grantee Dudley Lamming will receive the 2018 Nathan Shock New Investigator Award at GSA's 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting....

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Stressed, toxic, zombie cells seen for 1st time in Alzheimer's

Featuring the research of UT Health Science Center NSC Healthspan and Functional Assessment Core Leader Nicolas Musi and 2016 NSC Pilot Grantee Miranda Orr....

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It’s Not Just What You Eat — It’s When You Eat

University of Alabama at Birmingham NSC Director Steven Austad wrote a column for Next Avenue on the impact of diet on healthy aging....

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