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

Career development award pay lines are posted!

A blog post from the NIA's Director of the Division of Extramural Activities Robin Barr....

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Will you really need a geriatrician when you’re 65?

Albert Einstein College of Medicine NSC Director Nir Barzilai is featured in this article about when patients should seek treatment from a geriatrician....

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UAB Newsletter - December 2018

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

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Tracking the landscape of dementia research and resources

A blog post on dementia research funding and the IADRP from NIA Senior Scientific Program Analyst Dr. Charlene Liggins. ...

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Study of Dogs Helps With Understanding Of Age-Related Human Diseases

University of Washington NSC Co-Director Matt Kaeberlein is interviewed on the Dog Aging Project....

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A Time To Fast

A feature in Science Magazine on diets involving controlled meal size and periods of fasting to impact chronic diseases associated with aging...

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UAB Newsletter - November 2018

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

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Studies Show It’s Never Too Late to Improve Your Health

University of Alabama at Birmingham NSC Director Steven Austad on how emerging drug therapies show promise for improving health in later years...

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A third geroscience summit on the horizon

Scientific Director of the NIA's Division of Aging Biology Felipe Sierra on an upcoming Geroscience Summit...

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Natural Product (Fisetin) found to reduce the level of damaged cells in the body, caused by aging

Researchers, including 2017 Pilot Grantee Laura Niedernhofer, discovered that treatment of aged mice with the natural product Fisetin has significant positive effects on health and lifespan....

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