Research in the Kaeberlein Lab is focused on developing therapies for age-associated diseases by targeting the pathways that regulate aging.
|2014-07-17||"The SAGA Histone Deubiquitinase Module Controls Yeast Replicative Lifespan via Sir2 Interaction" published in Cell Reports.|
|2014-07-01||"Rejuvenation: It's in Our Blood" published in Cell Metabolism.|
|2014-06-03||"Inactivation of Yeast Isw2 Chromatin Remodeling Enzyme Mimics Longevity Effect of Calorie Restriction via Induction of Genotoxic Stress Response" published in Cell Metabolism.|
|2014-05-16||Congratulations to all of the Kaeberlein Lab undergraduates who participated in the 2014 Undergraduate Research Symposium: Vikram Akam, Christine Chen, Shiwen Chen, Michael Chung, Cindy Dong, Farzin Eshaghi, Bruce Huang, Conner Jarvie, Grace Kim, Jane Kwon, Alison Leonard, Maryann Li, Margarete Moore, Billie Ocampo, Nic LeTexie, Nick Rintala, Nathan Schurman, Sarah Stanton, Iryna Strenytska, Elissa Sutlief, Ben Zipkin|
|2014-04-21||Kaeberlein Lab research featured in UW Medicine Magazine article "Why we age".|
|2014-04-17||Congratulations to Cindy Dong for being awarded a pretigious Mary Gates Research Scholarship and acceptance to the Univerity of Washington nursing program.|
|2014-03-26||"Activation of the mitochondrial unfolded protein response does not predict longevity in Caenorhabditis elegans" published in Nature Communications.|