Nathan Shock Centers News Archive
- New grant helps Oklahoma scientists find better treatments for age-related diseases
- Oklahoma Nathan Shock Center Director Holly Van Remmen is featured in this article on the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation and a new grant they've received.
- Dr. Dudley Lamming Receives Endocrinology Research Award
- Pilot Grantee Dudley Lamming receives the American Physiological Society (APS) Endocrinology and Metabolism Section New Investigator Award.
- New Research Effort to Understand Role of APOE Mutation in Alzheimer's Disease
- NSC Pilot Grantee Gareth Howell is one of three researchers to be awarded with this five-year NIA grant to study the APOEε4 mutation and Alzheimer's Disease.
- Trial of mTOR inhibitors hailed a success
- The expertise of University of Washington NSC Co-Director Matt Kaeberlein is featured in this article on a recent mTOR inhibitors trial.
- Column: A 150-year-old human? Neither side is folding in The Great Longevity Wager
- University of Alabama at Birmingham NSC Director Steven Austad's bet with a colleague over potential human longevity is discussed in this Chicago Tribune column.
- Press Release: Nathan Shock Center Study Extends Lifespan and Healthspan in Female Mice
- Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine Find Drug Provides Benefits Even When Started Late in Life
- Oklahoma researchers looking at link between obesity, accelerated aging
- NSC Pilot Grantee Michael Stout is conducting research on the relationship between obesity and aging.
- How long can humans live?
- University of Alabama at Birmingham NSC Director Steven Austad discusses the recent press on death rate plateauing after age 105.
- Einstein NSC Director Nir Barzilai on the TAME Trial
- Dr. Barzilai discusses the upcoming TAME (“targeting aging with metformin") trial.
- The Future of Aging
- Jackson Lab highlighted their Nathan Shock Center in a profile story on their aging research programs.
- UMN study demonstrates link between social stress and shortened lifespan in mice
- NSC Associate Director David Allison, PhD collaborated on a study demonstrating the link between social stress and shortened lifespan in mice
- Can Fido Fetch the Fountain of Youth?
- An article on the Dog Aging Project featuring University of Washington NSC Director Matt Kaeberlein
- Catherine Kaczorowski Appointed to New Evnin Family Endowed Chair in Alzheimer's Research
- NSC Pilot Grantee Catherine Kaczorowski named chairholder of new Evnin Family Endowed Chair in Alzheimer's Research.
- The Low Cost, All-Natural Tool for Healthy Aging
- University of Alabama at Birmingham NSC Director Steven Austad wrote a column for Next Avenue on the benefits of exercise for healthy aging.
- Ana Maria Cuervo, M.D., Ph.D., is Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine NSC Associate Director Dr. Ana Maria Cuervo is elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
- Why women live longer than men — and how men will benefit from it
- UAB Nathan Shock Center Director Steve Austad is featured in this story from the Boston Globe.
- Oklahoma scientists discover new approach to treating obesity
- Research led by NSC Pilot Grantee Deepa Sathyaseelan finds new protective mechanism against obesity and insulin resistance.
- Look to large bodies to understand long life spans
- University of Washington Nathan Shock Center Director Matt Kaeberlein discusses animal longevity in Popular Science
- Vegetable chemical compound could hold key to preventing progression of eye disease
- NSC Pilot Grantee Scott Plafker received a $2.25 million grant from the National Eye Institute.
- UAB researcher awarded grant to evaluate resilience as a predictor of healthspan
- UAB Nathan Shock Center Director Steven Austad received an NIH grant to study male and female aging difference in mice.
- Catherine Kaczorowski of JAX receives 2018 IBANGS Young Investigator Award
- NSC Pilot Grantee Catherine Kaczorowsi earns award for her research of cognitive deficits associated with normal aging and Alzheimer's Disease.
- Study examines obesity and reproductive status of zoo elephants
- An update from the UAB NSC Comparative Organismal Energetics Core (COEC)
- Aging Resiliently
- A feature from the Jackson Lab's SEARCH Magazine on aging and the immune system.
- Einstein Receives $6 Million Grant to Untangle the Genetic Protections Against Alzheimer's Disease
- Albert Einstein School of Medicine Nathan Shock Center Director Nir Barzilai receives grant from the National Institute for Aging.
- Jackson Laboratory Software selected by NIH
- Software developed at the Jackson Laboratory Nathan Shock Center has been selected as part of the NIH Data Commons Pilot Phase
- Eat Less Live Longer? Cutting Calories Extends Lifespan in Mice
- The Jackson Laboratory's Search Magazine features NSC Co-Director Gary Churchill's research on the link between limited-calorie diet and extended lifespan.
- Basic Biologists Encouraged to Apply for Alzheimer’s Funding
- DAB Director Felipe Sierra encourages Basic Biologists to apply for Alzheimer’s Funding
- Einstein Researchers Share $9 Million Grant to develop drugs that mimic beneficial effects of centenarians’ novel gene variants
- NSC Research Development Core Leader Yousin Suh will lead the first of three projects funded by this NIH grant.
- Einstein NSC $9 million NIH grant
- Einstein NSC receives $9 million NIH grant to find therapies to target aging.
- What Happens to the Immune System as We Age?
- The Jackson Laboratory's Dr. Duygu Ucar on research surrounding the changes to the immune system with aging.
- Is Living Forever Going to Suck?
- University of Washington NSC Co-Director Matt Kaeberlein featured in Popular Science article, “Is Living Forever Going to Suck?”
- Investigator's Guide to NIA website
- The National Institute on Aging shares these tips for navigating its recently redesigned website
- Kaczorowski Lab Recieved Glenn Award for Aging Research
- NSC Pilot Grantee Catherine Kaczorowski received a Glenn Foundation award to better understand cognitive aging
- Report on Texas NSC Aging Symposium
- San Antonio Nathan Shock Center Director Randy Strong reflects on its recent Aging Symposium
- $2.3M in Federal Funding to Jax to Support Studies of Aging Immune System
- NSC Pilot Grantee Duygu Ucar received an NIH award studying the aging immune system
- Immunotherapy with Listeria reduces metastatic breast cancer in young and old mice through different mechanisms
- A new article published in OncoImmunology by Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
- The Science of Growing Old Gracefully
- Oklahoma NSC Director Arlan Richardson shares insights on the "Science of Growing Old Gracefully"