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First-in-human trial of senolytic drugs encouraging

Small pilot study involving UT San Antonio NSC Core Leader Nicolas Musi points to feasibility of larger trials in age-related diseases....

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Human Drug Trial In San Antonio Offers Hope To Those With Age-Related Diseases

UT Health San Antonio NSC Core Leader Nicolas Musi co-wrote the manuscript for this senolytics trial....

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Geroscience: The intersection of basic aging biology, chronic disease, and health

An update from the NIA on recent developments in the field of Geroscience. ...

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Nir Barzilai, M.D.: How to tame aging

The Albert Einstein College of Medicine NSC Director Nir Barzilai is featured on "The Peter Attia Drive" podcast....

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Harnessing Genetic Complexity to Enhance Translatability of Alzheimer’s Disease Mouse Models: A Path toward Precision Medicine

A new paper on genetic diversity in mouse models of AD from Jackson Lab NSC Pilot Grantee Catherine Kaczorowski....

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UAB Newsletter - January 2019

The Nathan Shock Center at the University of Alabama at Birmingham shares their comprehensive newsletter for January 2019....

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Cooler temperatures may affect lifespan

Research by NSC Pilot Grantee Kristin Gribble found that the relationship between lower temperature and lifespan is likely actively controlled by specific genes....

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A Better Mouse: Using Genetic Diversity to Accelerate Alzheimer's Disease Research

Research lead by Jackson Lab NSC Pilot Grantee Catherine Kaczorowski creates more genetically diverse mice to improve mouse models of AD....

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Better mouse model built to enable precision-medicine research for Alzheimer's

Research lead by Jackson Lab NSC Pilot Grantee Catherine Kaczorowski shows that introducing genetic diversity improves translatability in mouse models of AD....

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