Research in the Kaeberlein Lab is focused on developing therapies for age-associated diseases by targeting the pathways that regulate aging.
Kaeberlein Lab undergraduates to present at the 2013 University of Washington Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Poster session 1 (11:00 AM to 12:30 PM): Xiaoli Wu, Alison Leonard, Hillary Miller.
Oral session 1 (1:15 PM to 2:45 PM): Shannon Klum, Hillary Miller, Maya Sangesland, Melissa Primitivo, Heather Schneider.
Poster session 3 (2:30 PM to 4:00 PM): Jessica Hui.
Poster session 4: (4:15 PM to 5:45 PM): Yiyi Zhang, Jingyi Dong, Ashley Tonge, Jane Kwon, Janice Khoo, Malika Jhawar, Alex Van-Den-Ende, Alysha Dhami, Ha Doan
|2013-04-12||Kaeberlein Lab research featured in UW Medicine Online News.|
Congratulations to the following Kaeberlein Lab undergraduates on acceptance of admission into Ph.D. programs:
Marissa Fletcher - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Biology
Sean Higgins - University of California, Berkeley, Molecular & Cell Biology
"A Natural Polymorphism in rDNA Replication Origins Links Origin Activation with Calorie Restriction and Lifespan" published in PLoS Genetics.
|2013-03-04||"Longevity and aging" published in F1000 Prime Reports.|
|2013-02-27||The deadline for applications to attend the Molecular Biology of Aging Summer Course at Woods Hole this summer is March 11, 2013. Directed by Dr. Kaeberlein and Dr. Daniel Promislow, this is a
three-week lecture and laboratory course featuring the newest and most exciting ideas in aging research, with emphasis on molecular approaches. All costs of attending the course are paid for by the Ellison Medical Foundation.
For further information and application forms, visit: http://hermes.mbl.edu/education/courses/special_topics/bag.html
|2013-02-26||"WormFarm: A quantitative control and measurement device towards automated C. elegans aging analysis" published in Aging Cell.