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Thwarting A Protein Reverses Brain Decline in Aged Mice

A Scientific American article features NSC Pilot Grantee Dena Dubal commenting on research into the relationship between blood and cognitive dysfunction....

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‘Zombie cells’ buildup in your body may play role in aging

AP article on senescent cells featuring Einstein NSC Director Nir Barzilai and NSC Pilot Grantee Laura Niedernhofer....

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ADORE website, videos are new tools for Alzheimer's research recruitment

A blog post from the NIA's Director of the Alzheimer's Disease Research Centers Program Nina Silverberg....

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Teaching San Antonio researchers to turn brain power into market power

NSC Pilot Grantee Bess Frost is leading a research team testing a drug to treat AD in fruit fly models....

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UAB Newsletter - May 2019

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

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Ana Maria Cuervo, M.D., Ph.D., Elected to the National Academy of Sciences

Einstein NSC Associate Director Ana Maria Cuervo has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS)....

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Seeking alternative animal models for Alzheimer’s disease

A blog post from the NIA's Health Scientist Administrator of the Division of Aging Biology Manuel Moro....

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One Day There May Be a Drug to Turbocharge the Brain. Who Should Get It?

A New York Times story featuring the research of NSC Pilot Grantee Dena Dubal....

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UAB Newsletter - April 2019

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

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New opportunities for emerging scientists: AREA and REAP programs

A blog from NIA Senior Scientific Advisor Rene Etcheberrigaray describing the new NIH Research Enhancement (R15) Award program....

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