Molecular Mechanisms of Aging

Research in the Kaeberlein Lab is focused on developing therapies for age-associated diseases by targeting the pathways that regulate aging.

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2015-06-17 "The Biology of Aging: Citizen Scientists and Their Pets as a Bridge Between Research on Model Organisms and Human Subjects" published in the Journal of Veterinary Pathology.
2015-06-17 "The Biology of Aging: Citizen Scientists and Their Pets as a Bridge Between Research on Model Organisms and Human Subjects" published in the Journal of Veterinary Pathology.
2015-05-15 Kathlyn Acosta, Vikram Akam, Bhavya Chhabra, Andrew Iakzaki, Dayae Kim, Jane Kwon, Maryann Li, Alison Leonard, Margarete Moore, Billie Ocampo, Shirley Park, Taide Pham, Nick Rintala, Elissa Sutlief, Oliver Tamis, Herman Tung, Tiffany Yang, and Tracy Zou presenting at the University of Washington 2015 Undergraduate Research Symposium.
2015-05-04 "PMT1 deficiency enhances basal UPR activity and extends replicative lifespan of Saccharomyces cerevisiae" published in AGE, the journal of the American Aging Association.

 

2015-04-29 "Why Is Aging Conserved and What Can We Do about It?" published in PLoS Biology.
2015-04-17 Jane Kwon and Andrew Ikazaki to present their research at the National Council on Undergraduate Research.
2015-02-26 "Fertile waters for aging research" published in Cell.

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